Posted by stoicflame
on September 19, 2007 at 8:56 AM PDT
...not to mentioned that it will be published via SOAP, REST/XML and JSON. The GWT client-side Java code is generated and packaged for use with GWT to support your AJAX app.
When you use Enunciate 1.4 to publish your Web service API, Enunciate will build you a war that you can drop into your favorite webapp container. The war will supply any or all of the following, depending on your configuration:
- Full documentation (scraped from the JavaDocs)
- Your service beans mounted via SOAP, along with the formal contract (WSDL, schemas, etc.)
- Those same service beans mounted via REST/XML.
- Those same service beans mounted via JSON.
- Those same service beans mounted as GWT-RPC endpoints.
- Client-side libraries for download (used for invoking your API programatically via SOAP).
- Client-side GWT Java libraries that can be used with GWT to support an AJAX app.
If you want to know more, I suggest a quick walk through the getting started guide .