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Rest Web service

 
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Hi all,

I am a newbie to rest web service can any on suggest me how to develop that?
I have surfed in net and i couldnt found any tutorial that explain how to develop in eclipse?


Thanks in advance.

 
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Hi!
...and then there are:
JBoss RESTeasy: http://www.jboss.org/resteasy
RESTlet: http://www.restlet.org/
I am sure there are others too...
I would recommend using a framework that supports the JAX-RS standard, with the associated annotations which makes developing a RESTful web service quite easy.
Best wishes!
 
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You can use jax-ws WebServiceProvider to develope a restful service.
Here's an interesting link that shows how to use xml beans with a jax-ws rest service.
http://musingsofaprogrammingaddict.blogspot.com/2010/02/integrating-jax-ws-with-xmlbeans.html

I don't know how Jax-ws compares to Jax-RS mentioned above or which is better. But I messed with it and got it to work.
 
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http://netbeans.org/kb/docs/websvc/rest.html
 
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Try at here
 
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seems good replies...follow them if you have any doubts in specific i can help. You are saying , that you are new to REST..it requires a lot of reading.
 
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