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Need tutorial, or wizard, which works.

 
William Barnes
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Does anyone know of a web services tutorial which works? It seems like every time I try and use a web service tutorial it is out of date and I am not able to figure out how to complete it.
For that matter, does anyone know of a wizard which works? For example I use MyEclipse, and the wizard which they have to help you set up a web service never gets me to the point where I have a web service.
 
Shashank Ag
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You can look into axis 2. Here is very easy tutorial: Axis Tutorial Roseindia
 
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Shashank Ag wrote:You can look into axis 2. ....


axis seems to be JAX-RPC; maybe JAX-WS is more up-to-date.

so, for beginners (like me) another question is which environment regarding development of webservices is appropriate.
eg. which spec (jax-rpc vs jax-ws) to use
eg. which runtime (glassfish 2.1, 3.x ?, only tomcat ?, axis, metro standalone ?)
eg. which IDE (eclipse, netbeans) - (which edition ? eclipse for SOA developers ?, which Plug-ins ?)

and finally with all these components its the question which wizards to use or which deployment method
 
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...www.roseindia.net...

I strongly advise to ignore this site. It's full of awful, erroneous code and bad practices.
 
Naren Chivukula
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Hi William,
If you are using MyEclipse, web services are made within a couple of minutes. Although, I recommend you to go through proper tutorials, if you want to see immediate results, then you can still rely on MyEclipse. Let me know at what point you are stuck, so I can try helping you out.
 
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Thanks for the suggestions. The MyEclipse tutorial is out of date, and I am working with support on their forums to try and get that to work. I will also check out the other links provided.
 
Naren Chivukula
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The MyEclipse tutorial is out of date

If you are referring XFire, then it is deprecated. But, JAX-WS web service tutorial still holds good even with MyEclipse version as high as 8.5.
http://www.myeclipseide.com/documentation/quickstarts/webservices_jaxws/
 
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I am running v8.6, maybe that is the problem. I have posted onto the Documentation forum at that site.
 
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