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WebServices Security
Semantic Object (Medata) Mapper
JMS Web Services transport
JAX-WS test harness
DocBooKit is a front-end toolkit for DocBook.
Annox - Java annotations in XML resources
XML format for Java source code
XML Stream Buffer
Provides infrastructure for service testing and Oracle's SOA specificities, such as TaskList Service interaction, business events, AuditTrail access, and so on. Uses JAX-WS (for the WebService client implementation), Ant, JUnit, and Oracle Application Testing Suite (OATS). Check out the wiki.
several years in production, very stable parser extending regex language power to parse nested message structures. Meta-data driven. Originaly developed to parse complex IATA airline messages with high tolerance upon syntaxical errors, the parser can accept any nested assembly of regex-parsable data. Proven operation on IATA IMP, PSCRM, AHM, SDK, SSM and EDIFACT, X12, SWIFT, CSV, fixed record messages, printable text outputs, proprietary formats of various kinds.
RI for Java API for JSON Processing
Axiom XMLHttpRequest is an Enterprise XML Web Framework enables XML Transformations in Java using StAX & ADB. So client-side AJAX XMLHttpRequest is progressed with high performance StAX XML Processing on Java Server server-side ->based on the supported SchemaCompiler Tool generated ADBBeans from underlying XMLHttpRequestSchema. A Demo Web Application is included in the Framework - explains how to progress a JavaScript-XMLHttpRequest in Java Server Page.
QiAnalyze is a framework for defining and building Quality Indicators as modules that can easily be distributed. This is achieved by implementing the framework in three separate projects. QiAnalyzeAPI, QiAnalyzeWS, and QiModules. QiAnalyze is the JEE application that exposes the Inspector web service. It will persist the request to a database, un-marshal the domain specific data, and pass it on to the individual QiModules. Collect the responses, persist them, and return the SOAP response.
ADF DataControl