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Basic in Web Service..........

 
santhoshK babu
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Hi All,

I am a newbie to web service. I have knowledge in java and would like to

develop a web service. I have JWSDP version 2.6 along with J2SE 5.0,

tomcat 6. I would like to know how to create a sample application using

JAXRPC API. How to generate a WSDL file, how to configure a WAR file for a

web service (i.e what are the files need to be included in the WAR file),

and what are the steps need to develop a client application.

Please advice.

Thanks in Advance.
 
ankur rathi
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Originally posted by santhoshK babu:
Hi All,

I am a newbie to web service. I have knowledge in java and would like to

develop a web service. I have JWSDP version 2.6 along with J2SE 5.0,

tomcat 6. I would like to know how to create a sample application using

JAXRPC API. How to generate a WSDL file, how to configure a WAR file for a

web service (i.e what are the files need to be included in the WAR file),

and what are the steps need to develop a client application.

Please advice.

Thanks in Advance.


I am not sure if it would help you. If you have NetBeans IDE then this link might help you to develop web service: http://www.netbeans.org/kb/55/websvc-jax-ws.html.
[ November 20, 2007: Message edited by: ankur rathi ]
 
Freddy Wong
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Since you're talking about JAX-RPC, you may want to take a look at Axis.
http://ws.apache.org/axis/
The documentation is clear and concise.

Or else, you can also read the Sun's tutorial.
http://java.sun.com/j2ee/1.4/docs/tutorial/doc/JAXRPC.html

Both contain the information needed to deploy the web service.

Actually you should probably learn JAX-WS. In the next Java EE 6, I heard that the JAX-RPC will be pruned.
 
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