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Create web service using Eclipse

 
Ashraf Abu-Aisheh
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I am studying for the SCDJWS exam and have a few questions.

1) I am using Eclipse Version: 3.4.1, And I want to create web service but don't know how

2) As my studying [A Web Service is a software system designed to support interoperable machine-to-machine interaction over a network]
So if the web service exist in other language such as C++, and I want to use this web service in my java program, how can i deal with it using Eclipse.

3) I heard some expression like Stub, Proxy, and skeleton in my studying for Web Service, What these expressions mean ??

Please Help, your help would be appreciated.
 
Ivan Krizsan
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Hello!
1) I have examples in my SCDJWS 5 study notes that will tell you how to, step-by-step, develop web services using Eclipse 3.4 and GlassFish:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/437184/Web-Services-Certification-SCDJWS/certification/SCDJWS-Study-Notes

2) If you follow the WS-I Basic Profile, it does not matter in which language the web service is interpreted - it can be accessed by a client written in arbitrary language.

3) See answer for 1! A recommendation to you and many others is to use Google or some search engine. There are a lot of tutorials and examples on the internet!
One source for a LOT of tutorials is: http://www.netbeans.org/kb/
Best wishes!
 
Ashraf Abu-Aisheh
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Ivan Krizsan wrote:Hello!
1) I have examples in my SCDJWS 5 study notes that will tell you how to, step-by-step, develop web services using Eclipse 3.4 and GlassFish:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/437184/Web-Services-Certification-SCDJWS/certification/SCDJWS-Study-Notes

2) If you follow the WS-I Basic Profile, it does not matter in which language the web service is interpreted - it can be accessed by a client written in arbitrary language.



I have download your SCDJWS 5 study notes from:
http://www.javaforum.se/jforum/posts/list/549.page

Thank you
 
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Sounds more like an Eclipse question, moving....
 
Ashraf Abu-Aisheh
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I found the following site [Eclipse Web Tools Community Resources], it has several tutorials for web services:

http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/community/new/new.php
 
Ashraf Abu-Aisheh
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Thank you all
I am currently studying at SCEA exam; God willing, will get a full grade as SCWCD

 
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