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the webservice is the new issue,do you include such topic in your book?
i have implement two projects that inclide webservice module by using apache axis,both of them works well,but i still don't know the appropriate design patterns of ws,i can find many books about j2ee patterns,such as session facade,value object.........,if these patterns can be used to the ws?
in my project,i design following patterns:
the ejb components encapsulate the business logics,and they are used by all the project,ws and non-ws,then i write some simple java beans to provide the mothods for webservice,these methods access ejb to operate the data,i only publish the simple java bean's methods as webservice,i think it just seem like the facade pattern.but some book or article tell me to DIRECTLY publish the ejb's method as webservice,i wonder which pattern is the better solution?
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As they are not currently a SUN objective we did not cover WS in our book.
Curiously, we are on an assignment where we are developing WS. Look for our next book on the topic.
Joe Bambara
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