Wolfgang Obi

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Recent posts by Wolfgang Obi

Hello,

I am trying to do some research on SOA governance and would be grateful if anyone could name me a few examples of the main registries/repositories which can be used in conjunction with SOAs.

I have found considerable material on ebXML and projects such as the WSO2 Registry.
What other widely used ones do we have out there ?

cheers

PS: is UDDI still generally being used as a registry today?...i think i read somewhere that due to the lack of features such as semantic extensibility (or extensibility in general ?) UDDI has lost out almost completely to ebXML...how true is this ? how seriously is UDDI still being considered by industry experts ?

thanks!
10 years ago
thanks alot for your reply Nishant,...

but, most times i read about SWS, i noticed it is mentioned in conjunction with OWL-S.... (this seems to be the defacto standard for implementing semantic concepts in SWS)...

Maybe my question should have been phrased something like this:

is a web service that is implemented using SAWSDL instead of OWL-S not also a SWS ?

thanks

-W.O.
10 years ago
hey Taariq and Dan,..

thanks for the help!

W.O.
10 years ago
Can someone please briefly point out the fundamental difference between these two concepts....

is there a difference?

is SAWSDL a subset of SWS ?

thank you

-W.O.
[ November 07, 2008: Message edited by: Wolfgang Obi ]
10 years ago
Hello,

I have a Schema file and i am trying to use it to create a wsdl file,...afterwards i would like to create a client to call up the webservice....

i know there are a number of tools available for this, but can someone tell me how exactly this is done?

what exactly are the steps for creating a web service based on an xsd schema file ?... i would like to understand the steps being gone through....

thanks

-W.O.
10 years ago
Hello,

How can I export an applet as a jar-file?

specifically: i'm working with the "world-wind" open source code...
is there any thing i need to observe while working with thi sort of project ?

cheers

-W.O.
11 years ago

Originally posted by Bear Bibeault:
Sarcasm will not endear volunteers to help you with your questions.



and acting the smarty pants "java-guru" without constructive suggestions wont help anyone either....people who are ready to help usually do so without beating about the bush or getting arrogant.

@jasper young:

thanks for the suggestion....i actually found a way to create this effect in swing thanks to the reference you made regarding "filthy rich clients"...(there are alot of web tutorials and bloggs with suggestions on how to go about this)...

best regards

-W.O.
[ July 12, 2008: Message edited by: Wolfgang Obi ]
11 years ago

Originally posted by Bear Bibeault:
In what? A Swing application? On the web? On a KDE desktop? Other? Please put a little more effort into your questions.



any of the above.
do you have a solution for any ?
11 years ago
Hello,

is there any way to create a Mac-Like dock icon bouncing effect in java...?

cheers

-W.O.
11 years ago
oh, okay...

and could you maybe explain (or point to a resource which describes -) how to create a .war file ?

cheers

-W
11 years ago
Thanks Ben!

for the scenario i described, is a .jsp page of any use to me ?

-W.
11 years ago
Hi,

do i need to create a .war file for a simple servlet which is to receive querries, handle them and then return xml data back to the client side application (flex/action script)?

i am not displaying anything, all i want is for the data to be received - serverside, processed, and sent back to the client....to the best of my understanding i wouldnt need a .jsp page for this, right ?

so what -for example- comes into my .war file if i want to implement my servlet ?

best regards

-W
11 years ago
Hi,

can someone please explain to me (in simple terms) what i need to understand under the term Grounding...or point me to a resource where i can read up on this topic...?

thanks

best regards

-W.O.
oh, thanks Rob.
...i can work with this.

lovely solution!
11 years ago