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Ravi Sathish
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hi Balaji & other Ranchers

I am a newbie to Web Services. I have few Q's for you experienced pros

What I want to do: "expose few Java API's as web-services"

How do I plan to do:
1> convert my API's(POJO) into web service interface
2> deploy these interfaces as Axis web service
3> develop clients to use this web service

My environment:
RH Linux; Java 1.4.2_06; JBoss-4.0.0 (Axis 1.2)

Tools
Eclipse 3.1; Lomboz 3.1.0, JBossIDE1.4.0

Problems:

1> I cant get Axis wizards to show up in my IDE

2> Havent found step-step practical tutorials which seem to cover both the basics of Web services and how to get them working on Axis

My Questions:

1> What is the general open-source development environment for developing Java Web Services

2> any books/tutorials covering Eclipse+ JBoss+ Web Services

Any responses appreciated

Thanks
Ravi
 
Balaji Loganathan
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1> What is the general open-source development environment for developing Java Web Services
Apache Axis is one of it. http://ws.apache.org/axis

2> any books/tutorials covering Eclipse+ JBoss+ Web Services
Developing and deploying webservices using Axis is pretty simple.(its like adding anyother webapps and libs), the best step would be to read the installtion doc that comes with axis =>http://ws.apache.org/axis/java/install.html
books
Eclipse plugin
Jboss + Axis config => http://www.amitysolutions.com.au/documents/Axis-technote.pdf
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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