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Ulf Dittmer ,
Thanks for your details explanation which gives me some idea where to start. I bet If I search in the internet and spend some more time still I may not understand what you have explained here. Thanks a lot.

Regards,
Nivas
12 years ago
Hi, I'm not completely new to web services. But I got confused over the terminology used. This is what I understood. Please correct me where I'm wrong!!
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Three methods of consuming and producing web services: XML-RPC, SOAP and REST

1.XML-RPC:
JAX-RPC,JAX-WS comes under this. JAX-WS is successor to the JAX-RPC which supports message-oriented Web services,send XML messages over HTTP without SOAP..etc

2.SOAP:
AXIS is an implementation of SOAP. Axis (which provides implementation of SOAP)provides Eclipse plugins which can be used to consume and produce the web services easily in a wizard fashion.

3.REST: Its altogether diff than above..I did not do any research on this.

My questions:
1.How to decide which one to select If I want to consume any web service AXIS, JAX-RPC,JAX-WS ?
2.As AXIS is so simple with the Eclipse plugin I would like to consume/produce web service using AXIS? What is the necessity to go for JAX-RPC and JAX-WS?
3.I read some where that AXIS does not support JAX-RPC?

I really got confused on the classification side. Whether they are talking about implementation side or specifications side??? I'm not sure whether my classification is completely wrong or right.. I browse the net and see examples how to consume and produce but I did not see any classification . Please help me. Thanks in advance.
Regards,
Vas
12 years ago
Hi,
I downloaded the samples and try to configure the project in Eclipse.

I have used maven and eclipse for configuration of Spring Batch samples.

I could not able to find the jar files and unable to compile it
org.springframework.batch.item.ClearFailedExceptio n
org.springframework.batch.item.FlushFailedExceptio n;
org.springframework.jdbc.core.JdbcTemplate;

Thanks inadvance,
Nivas
13 years ago
Thank you all for your suggestions.
Chris,Thanks for your elaborated explnation.
Just a FYI:When I serached on dice.com I observed more jobs on Flex than any other combination. Its just my statistics. Thanks again,
13 years ago
I located in chicago area and looking for a job(6+Yrs Exp.). I'm famililar with struts/hibernate/spring technologies. But with this

skill set I could not able to apply/(at least not getting calls) for some of the jobs. As the jobs are saying Java developer with XXX
XXX is one of the below skills
-Adobe flex
-Portal knowledge
-DOJO
-GWT
-ILOG/JRULES
-Tibco
-PHP,Perl


which ones are having more job prospective in the present/future market? I felt its better to concentrate few instead of all.
please suggest?When I asked one of the consulting firm they told me that they are getting 300 resumes per one job!!!
Its tough time for java developers. West coast(California) is pretty bad I hear. Please share your views.

Thanks,
reeni

13 years ago
Congrats!Good score.
Thanks for your valuable information for the time estimation.
Hi,
b,c,d are correct.
Option 'd' is correct because whatever you give you should add '/'(represents context root I guess) before it in ''url-pattern' tag. If you try to access like 'contextRoot/com.examulator.HelloWorld' it works.

But in the case of operator '*' I think you can give as it is with out adding any '/'. Here try give like 'contextRoot/anything.java' it works.

Regards,
nivas
I think web server is subset of container. Please correct me If I'm wrong..Thanks
I think Multitasking does not reflecting synchronization.
I think inner class considered to be an member of outer class. So If you want to serialize outer class then inner class also must implement the serializable interface.
I strongly recommend you to go for 1.5 even though it might have more topics than its previous versions.I felt kathy's book is good.
I agree with Mandeep.
I felt whole point lies at the line 2.Normally it creates two objects on the heap.By assigning s2 to s1 changing the picture at line 3.After line 3 s2 should be considered as a normal string (I mean its not created using 'new' any more ).
So at run time we have only one "xyz" object on the heap.
Hi,

'....when jvm reached at line 4 i am sure that no duplicate object will created(String object are immutable it is not as string buffer) at this time where the string refrence "two" will stored (if i am not wrong it will stored on stack ok) but this time what will be the value of String pool.'

>when jvm encountered line 4 it will check for reference from constant pool pointing to the string object in the heap.If it is there it won't create any new string object(heap) or new reference (pool).It will simply pass the existing reference to the local variable 'two'.That means both variables are having same reference (pointing to one object).

'...supose pool is empty an jvm encounter line 3 what will be stored..'
>Again same thing as above.

Hope it helps.
Kishore,
Just relax and face the exam.YOu will rock!NO doubt!You did enough preparation.
All the best
15 years ago