Java 7 JAX-WS Web Services
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- Develop Java 7 JAX-WS web services using the NetBeans IDE and Oracle GlassFish server
- End-to-end application which makes use of the new clientjar option in JAX-WS wsimport tool
- Packed with ample screenshots and practical instructions
Book DetailsLanguage : English
Paperback : 64 pages [ 235mm x 191mm ]
Release Date : May 2012
ISBN : 184968720X
ISBN 13 : 9781849687201
Author(s) : Deepak Vohra
Topics and Technologies : All Books, Application Development, Enterprise, Java
Table of ContentsPreface
Chapter 1: Setting the Environment
Chapter 2: Developing a JAX-WS Web Service
- Chapter 1: Setting the Environment
- Installing the Oracle GlassFish Server
- Installing NetBeans IDE 7
- Chapter 2: Developing a JAX-WS Web Service
- Java 6 wsimport limitation
- What is new in Java 7 wsimport?
- Creating a NetBeans project
- Creating the implementation class
- Creating the WSDL
- Creating the deployment descriptors
- Creating a client class
- Creating the deployment targets
- Creating an Apache Ant build file
- Building and deploying the service
- Building the client
- Running the client
- Testing the web service
- Using the wsimport tool from the command line
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What you will learn from this book
- Set up and install the NetBeans IDE and Oracle GlassFish Server
- Understand how the new clientjar option in wsimport is used to develop Web Services in Java 7
Web services are applications that use open, XML-based standards and transport protocols to exchange data with clients.
In the book Developing a JAX-WS Web Service using the wsimport clientjar Option, we shall create a JAX-WS web service with Java 7. We shall discuss the new clientjar option in the wsimport tool or the wsimport ant task which is used to generate JAX-WS portable artifacts from a service wsdl. Subsequently, we use the web service artifacts to invoke the web service from a web service client.
This book takes a practical approach for building JAX WS web services with Java 7. Plenty of sample code and screenshots are used to help you apply these concepts in a real-world scenario.
Who this book is for
This book is targeted at developers who want to create web services with Java 7. If you use NetBeans-Glassfish for Java EE development you would be interested in how the new wsimport clientjar option may be leveraged to simplify web service development.