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How to know about j2ee web services?

 
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Hi everyone,

I do not know about the j2ee web service?
I do not know the scope of the web service?.
Would you tell me.How to learn and work with some samples in web logic or jboss?...
Thanks.
Saravanan.P
 
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I'd suggest you have a look at the chapter describing web services in the Sun J2EE Tutorial: http://java.sun.com/j2ee/1.4/docs/tutorial/doc/JAXRPC.html#wp72279

The code will pretty much work for any application server.

Kind regards,
Allan
 
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If you're interested in J2EE Web services (i.e., exposing a session bean as a WS as per JSR109/921), you could try out the JBoss samples. That was how I originally learned about them. This page on the JBoss Wiki has some reasonable instructions.

That said, I have found JBoss to have some fairly bizarre and annoying bugs. Versions 4.0.0 and 4.0.1 had some serious undocumented limitations, these were fixed in 4.0.2. I mention this to say...don't expect a cruisey ride!

I had a quick go with them on Weblogic 9, but the Beta version I tried (about 2 months ago) had some serious issues - it couldn't generate the JAX-RPC mapping, and a couple of early issues made me decide to give it a rest.


-Tim
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