E. J. Fuhr

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11 years J2EE and web services, CXF and Sun Certified Developer for Java Web Services  (CX-310-220)
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Recent posts by E. J. Fuhr

here's how i set up hibernate to use persistence.xml with a transactionManager for tomcat. Is there a simpler way? the info in persistence.xml repeats this. isn't this redundant?

12 years ago
grab Struts 2 NOT Struts 1. have a look at the struts2-showcase example.
it illustrates the integration of a good ajax package with the background servlet
13 years ago

go here http://faq.javaranch.com/java/ScdjwsLinks
and get local copy of Ivan Krizsan's exam objectives PDF

then get Mikails's mock test with the answers
passed the test! Mikalai Zaikin's mock test and guide REALLY helped. Many thanks to Mikalai!
though my score was below an 80%, I was satisfied that it was far enough above the minimum that the studying paid off.
the test itself was "lazy", i.e. not as terse or concise as Mikalai's.

so again, many thanks Mikalai and good luck everybody!

e.j. fuhr

just saw an example of @RequestMapping for Spring REST.

and I just went over how Spring 3 integrates with @WebService thru JaxWsPortProxyFactoryBean
(see the example at http://static.springsource.org/spring/docs/3.0.x/spring-framework-reference/html/remoting.html - section 19.5.8)
does the JaxWsPortProxyFactoryBean fully expose a full-fledged @WebService (including any annotated handlers and @SOAPBinding) to a client?

And from that same page it indicates that the client ONLY has to follow JAX-WS rules. Are there any Spring additions or items to watch for that aren't well documented there?

I've gotta give the Spring REST and JaxWsPortProxyFactoryBean a try!!


e.j. fuhr
14 years ago