Europe Summer 2007 Trip Report

Here is a summary of my Europe Summer 2007 Trip Report:

GlassFish is the common theme between all these events, sessions and cities - that's what I was talking/preaching/demonstrating in all of them :) Here are all the detailed blogs covering each event:

During my travel, I posted several tips that are available at:

All my travel tips to Europe are aggregated here.

Technorati: conf glassfish netbeans jmaki metro jersey jruby suntechdays railsconfeurope

Comments:

Welcome back Arun! Sorry to switch the topic so quickly after such a nice trip, but this will help get you back into "work mode" anyway: Can SAAJ be used with MTOM (like it can with SwA) to send a binary document? Googling is inconclusive on that. (If the answer is "no", I would guess that means SAAJ is becoming somewhat obsolete, or?) Also, if I understand correctly, if you use SAAJ to create a client for a commercial web service, you don't need Metro or any other web service stack at all then, correct?

Thanks,
Glen

Posted by Glen on October 01, 2007 at 01:14 AM PDT #

Glen, MTOM-style attachments cannot be sent using SAAJ. Any commercial Web service would require some sort of authentication, security or likely a protocol handshake for certificates or quality-of-service. Metro can handle that very transparently where as SAAJ is only targeted for hand crafting SOAP messages. Also, SAAJ has no concept of WSDL at all.

Posted by Arun Gupta on October 01, 2007 at 02:02 PM PDT #

Any commercial Web service would require some sort of authentication, security or likely a protocol handshake for certificates or quality-of-service. Metro can handle that very transparently where as SAAJ is only targeted for hand crafting SOAP messages. Also, SAAJ has no concept of WSDL at all.

Posted by LAPTOP BATTERY on November 26, 2008 at 12:16 PM PST #

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