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JSON web service with Java and Axis2 | A.K.A Self notes

posted by anishaanisha 580 days, 17 hours, 13 minutes ago
Sunday, September 16, 2012 2:49:43 AM GMT
I have recently met a client who asking me to rebuild their legacy product using Java web service. They want it modular and easy to use. The first thing crossed my mind is using restful approach. (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: blog.djakapm.com
tags: Axis 2, Java, JSON, Web Service
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Welcome to semika's blog: How to expose an exsisting service as a web service ?

posted by anishaanisha 592 days, 1 hour, 30 minutes ago
Tuesday, September 04, 2012 6:32:35 PM GMT
This tutorial addresses a most practical scenario which is being faced by a developer. Most of the time, We may need to expose some of our existing services as web services. This situation can be encountered in different stages of project life cycle. (more)
category: Web Service | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: semikas.blogspot.in
tags: Web Service
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Geek stuff :-): Core Java Web Services on JBoss

posted by anishaanisha 593 days, 33 minutes ago
Monday, September 03, 2012 7:29:07 PM GMT
IntroductionThis blog post deals with Web Services. Well, to be more exact, it deals with "plain" java web services on JBoss. That means we are going to create a web service without any additional frameworks (like CXF, Axis etc.).JBoss it self provides support for web services. So if you are really trying to build basic web service (or if you just wish to learn about web services and try different things), JBoss Web Services should be a good starting point.Here we go! (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: branislavvidovic.blogspot.gr
tags: core java, JBoss, Web Service
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Generating Web Services server using Axis2 « Development world stories

posted by anishaanisha 595 days, 45 minutes ago
Saturday, September 01, 2012 7:17:34 PM GMT
Everybody knows that you can easily generate Web Services client classes just from WSDL file in Java. You even have such tool (wsimport) in every JDK distribution (check JDK_HOME/bin). (more)
category: Web Service | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: jdevel.wordpress.com
tags: Axis 2, Web Service
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Web Services – Java client « Development world stories

posted by anishaanisha 595 days, 49 minutes ago
Saturday, September 01, 2012 7:13:17 PM GMT
Robert Mac asked some time ago for Java client for my old post here: Web Services in Ruby, Python and Java. So here it is (sorry for the delay). Simplest possible solution, no jars or IDE needed. Just plain Java 6 JDK. First we have to generate proxy classes for our Web Service (you need to pass WSDL location, as URL or path to file): (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: jdevel.wordpress.com
tags: java client, Web Service
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Andriy Redko {devmind}: Back to soapUI: testing web services and Java RMI services

published 592 days, 3 hours, 45 minutes ago posted by anishaanisha 595 days, 2 hours, 7 minutes ago
Tuesday, September 04, 2012 4:17:09 PM GMT Saturday, September 01, 2012 5:55:46 PM GMT
I already covered soapUI in one of my previous blog posts. As I still use this tool quite often and extremely excited about it, I would like to share more testing scenarios we as a developers can use on day-by-day basis. The ones for today's post would be: testing web services and Java RMI services. (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 4 | comment | | source: aredko.blogspot.in
tags: RMI services, SOAP UI, Testing, Web Service
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JBoss Core Java Web Services - Java Code Geeks

posted by anishaanisha 601 days, 58 minutes ago
Sunday, August 26, 2012 7:04:51 PM GMT
This blog post deals with Web Services. Well, to be more exact, it deals with 'plain' java web services on JBoss. That means we are going to create a web service without any additional frameworks (like CXF, Axis etc.). (more)
category: Java EE | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: www.javacodegeeks.com
tags: core java, JBoss, Web Service
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Web-service learnings with Apache CXF - Java Code Geeks

posted by anishaanisha 617 days, 2 hours, 2 minutes ago
Friday, August 10, 2012 6:00:18 PM GMT
In my last couple of projects I worked with web-services, creating them at some places and consuming them at others. I felt that the standard tasks like creating a client, creating a web service etc are quite straight forward and there are enough resources if you get stuck. But with web services, it is some trivial task that can take a lot of your time and you feel quite frustrated when you can not get that simple thing right. (more)
category: Web Service | clicked: 1 | comment | | source: www.javacodegeeks.com
tags: Apache CXF, Web Service
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Web Services with JAX-WS on Tomcat - Java Code Geeks

posted by anishaanisha 617 days, 2 hours, 16 minutes ago
Friday, August 10, 2012 5:46:17 PM GMT
Let us assume an enterprise is maintaining user authentication details in a centralized system. We need to create an AuthenticationService which will take credentials, validate them and return the status. The rest of the applications will use the AuthenticationService to authenticate the Users. Create AuthenticationService interface as follows: package com.sivalabs.caas.services; import javax.jws.WebService; import com.sivalabs.caas.domain.AuthenticationStatus; import com.sivalabs.ca... (more)
category: Web Service | clicked: 4 | comment | | source: www.javacodegeeks.com
tags: JAX-WS, tomcat, Web Service
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Web Services in Ruby, Python and Java - Java Code Geeks

posted by anishaanisha 617 days, 2 hours, 17 minutes ago
Friday, August 10, 2012 5:45:27 PM GMT
Today I’ve had to prepare some examples to show that web services are interoperable. So I’ve created a simple web service in Java using Metro and launched it on Tomcat. (more)
category: Web Service | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: www.javacodegeeks.com
tags: Java, python, Ruby, Web Service
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Random Thoughts » Using Jackson for Java/JSON Conversion

published 637 days, 6 hours, 24 minutes ago posted by vinaykumarvinaykumar 640 days, 8 hours, 39 minutes ago
Saturday, July 21, 2012 1:38:24 PM GMT Wednesday, July 18, 2012 11:23:21 AM GMT
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category: Web Service | clicked: 7 | comment | | source: blog.inflinx.com
tags: Jackson, JSON, Web Service
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Use Web services to integrate Web applications with EISs - JavaWorld

posted by tracytracy 644 days, 4 hours, 54 minutes ago
Saturday, July 14, 2012 3:08:42 PM GMT
Enterprise application integration; enterprise systems integration; legacy data access: thoughts that make most of us cringe. Until now, these terms have meant long hours of frustration, sleepless nights, and hair loss. Fear no more: help has arrived, or at least that is what we are being told in the development community. (more)
category: Web Service | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: www.javaworld.com
tags: EIS, Web Service
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Secure Web services - JavaWorld

posted by tracytracy 644 days, 4 hours, 55 minutes ago
Saturday, July 14, 2012 3:07:22 PM GMT
Security is important for any distributed computing environment. But, security is becoming even more important for Web services due to the following reasons: The boundary of interaction between communicating partners is expected to expand from intranets to the Internet. For example, businesses increasingly expect to perform some transactions over the Internet with their trading partners using Web services. Obviously, from a security perspective, Internet communication is much less protected than intran... (more)
category: Web Service | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: www.javaworld.com
tags: security, Web Service
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Keep up with the Web service styles (and uses) - JavaWorld

posted by tracytracy 644 days, 4 hours, 57 minutes ago
Saturday, July 14, 2012 3:05:51 PM GMT
It's a perfectly reasonable goal for a Web service toolkit and runtime engine: allow a developer to take a server interface, brand it a Web service, and automatically generate some client-side proxy code from it, all without ever having to eyeball an XML document. (more)
category: Web Service | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: www.javaworld.com
tags: Style, Web Service
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J2EE 1.4 eases Web service development - JavaWorld

posted by tracytracy 644 days, 4 hours, 58 minutes ago
Saturday, July 14, 2012 3:04:38 PM GMT
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category: Web Service | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: www.javaworld.com
tags: J2EE 1.4, Web Service
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Discover and publish Web services with JAXR - JavaWorld

posted by tracytracy 644 days, 4 hours, 59 minutes ago
Saturday, July 14, 2012 3:03:57 PM GMT
registry allows organizations to publish and discover Web services. Currently, two registry standards dominate: UDDI (Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration) and ebXML. With either of these, businesses can publish a set of Web services so their internal or external business partners can discover them. However, integrating Web services' discovery and registration regardless of the supported registry standard can prove challenging for businesses. For example, suppose some of the ACME company's m... (more)
category: Web Service | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: www.javaworld.com
tags: Discover, JAXR, Publish, Web Service
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Web services take float with JAXR - JavaWorld

posted by tracytracy 644 days, 5 hours ago
Saturday, July 14, 2012 3:02:50 PM GMT
The job of cataloguing the world's species is straightforward, methodical, and slow. Taxonomists...add an average of 13,000 species a year to the list of known organisms. At that rate it would take centuries to complete the census. (more)
category: Web Service | clicked: 0 | comment | | source: www.javaworld.com
tags: JAXR, Web Service
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Webservice: Part 2- Create, compile and publish WS using JDK only (No App. Server)

published 650 days, 7 hours, 29 minutes ago posted by tracytracy 654 days, 4 hours, 48 minutes ago
Sunday, July 08, 2012 12:33:56 PM GMT Wednesday, July 04, 2012 3:14:56 PM GMT
In part 1 i gives an introduction to web services,then created, implemented and published a WS, after that show the resulting WSDL. In this part i will show you how to implement a Java Requester of the Web Service created in part 1. A Java Requester of the Web Service Example 1. Java client for the Java web service The Java client uses the same URL with a query string, but the Java client explicitly creates an XML qualified name, which has the syntax namespace URI:local name. (more)
category: Web Service | clicked: 4 | comment | | source: tamanmohamed.blogspot.com
tags: Java, Web Service
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Webservice: Part 1- Create, compile and publish WS using JDK only (No App. Server)

published 648 days, 1 hour, 24 minutes ago posted by tracytracy 654 days, 4 hours, 50 minutes ago
Tuesday, July 10, 2012 6:38:29 PM GMT Wednesday, July 04, 2012 3:12:28 PM GMT
This is 3 parts series as the following: Part1: introduction to web services, create, implement and publish WS then show the resulting WSDL.Part2: A Java Requester of the Web Service created in part 1.Part3: Multithreading the Endpoint Publisher version for the same service created in part 1.What Are Web Services? Although the term web service has various, imprecise, and evolving meanings, a glance at some features typical of web services will be enough to get us into coding a web service and a clie... (more)
category: Web Service | clicked: 15 | comment | | source: tamanmohamed.blogspot.com
tags: JDK, Web Service
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How to Call Web Service in Android Using SOAP

published 676 days, 7 hours, 1 minute ago posted by jamesjames 676 days, 20 hours, 23 minutes ago
Tuesday, June 12, 2012 1:01:29 PM GMT Monday, June 11, 2012 11:39:52 PM GMT
In this tutorial, we will learn how to call a Web Service using SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol). What is SOAP? SOAP is a protocol specification for exchanging structured information in the implementation of Web Services in computer networks. It relies on Extensible Markup Language (XML) for its message format, and usually relies on other Application Layer protocols, most notably Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), for message negotiation and transmission. The... (more)
category: Open Source | clicked: 5 | comment | | source: www.c-sharpcorner.com
tags: Android, SOAP, Web Service
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