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development of web services

 
seetarama raju
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Iam new to web services. what exactly we've to do
to create a web service in java. from whatever i understand, i got it like we can have any java cla
like java bean,ejb etc.. as web service. is that true or am i missing a point.
please somebody throw some light on this

thanks in advance.
 
James Kwan
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I am new to Web Services also. I've played around using Apache Axis which allowed me to create some sample web services quickly.
You can basically create a java class and plug it into axis to begin using it. There are tools such as the wsdl2java which allows you to create the stubs for the client to connect to your web service once you generate the wsdl.
I found the Apache Axis documentation helpful if you want to start playing with implementing web services. Their website is http://xml.apache.org/axis/index.html
-James
SCJP,SCJD,SCWCD
 
Keith Smith
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there are tools from HP that would help you in this.
I've used:
www.hp.com/go/ServiceComposer
 
Vladimir Ergovic
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For start I would suggest GLUE.
http://www.themindelectric.com/
 
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