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Hi All,

I am new to RESTful Jersey webservices, Could you please answer the following questions.

# Purpose of Jersey web-services; What is the protocol it uses? Advantages, Disadvantages?
# In what way it is different from plain WS (app server dependent), Axis WS?
# What are the types of Jersey WS?
# What mechanism it uses to return the results?
# Does it has the compatibility with Java collection Objects?
# Are there any issues mentioned from usage perspective

Any help appreciated.....

Thanks in advance,
Krishna
 
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What a question - do you have a term paper due or something?

You could start with the wikipedia entry for basic principles.

Then visit the Jersey project site.

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William Brogden wrote:
What a question - do you have a term paper due or something?

You could start with the wikipedia entry for basic principles.

Then visit the Jersey project site.

Bill


Could you please provide me the information to the above questions?
I dont find the right information form the Jersey project site.

Thanks in advance,
Krishna
 
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Could you please provide me the information to the above questions?


No, you will have to dig for the answers like everybody else - you will learn a lot more that way.

Over the past two years I have written over 8 thousand words related to those questions in articles - you can find the links on my web site.

Bill
 
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