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Java 7 JAX-WS Web Services

Deepak Vohra

A practical, focused mini book for creating Web Services in Java 7 with this book and ebook
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Book Details

ISBN 139781849687201
Paperback64 pages

About This Book

  • 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

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.

Table of Contents

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
Testing the web service
Using the wsimport tool from the command line

What You Will Learn

  • 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

In Detail

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.


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