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JEE has no api for client RESTful

Fernando Franzini
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Hello ranchers
The JEE has no api to make calls from a WS restful .... I see I'll have to pick some proprietary extension to make these calls. What people have done in these cases? It is necessary to describe the provider name or just places that will be used extensions without saying what will be?
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Ulf Dittmer
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JAX-RS no good? It's part of JEE.


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Fernando Franzini
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From what I know, JEE6 JAX-RS does not specify Client API.
Ulf Dittmer
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That's correct, JEE is -for the most part- a server API.
Fernando Franzini
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So...It is necessary to describe the provider name or just places that will be used extensions without saying what will be?
 
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