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Web Services and XML

A small JAXB puzzle: how to define a custom element to serialize Date objects with the TimeZone information? Piece of cake, isn't it? Try it yourself and you will be surprised with the tricky details. A friend of mine gave me a JAXB challenge this week: his company already uses a customization of the xsd:date type in a legacy code - mapped to a proprietary type instead of the default Calendar...
on Dec 6, 2009
Registration is one of most implemented use cases ever, but things get a bit different when you try to implement it in a RESTful Web-Service. Before I start the discussion about the registration use case, a list of terms for disambiguation: Application means a Java EE Application. (Arena-PUJ is the Java EE Application I am doing my REST experiments) Service is a RESTful Web-Service. (back-end...
on Oct 2, 2009
Rule of thumb: Avoid to use {variables} as the first path of a Jersey's @Path I am working on the Arena PUJ Project, a RESTful web-service to support PUJ competitions. We are in the early stages of the project but we already got some resources published on the web. Let me show you a few URL samples: An insecure GET method to read all competitions promoted by a JUG: GET /{competition_id}/...
on Sep 17, 2009


I am working out a new pet project, an online system to support PUJ Competitions. It is still a work under progress and I plan to start to blog some technical results here, but until that glorious free time I would give you a glimpse about what is keeping my blog so quiet :) So, PUJ is an academic competition where undergraduate student submit their homeworks for the evaluation...
on Sep 7, 2009