Saturday Dec 19, 2015

ADF: Creating and consuming JAX-RPC web services in JDeveloper 12c by Rubén Rodríguez Santiago

clip_image002As you can see in JDeveloper 12c Deprecated and Desupported features JAX-RPC has been removed from JDeveloper 12.1.2. Although it has been removed there are still many JAX-RPC web services that we need to consume so I am going to show you how to consume or create JAX-RPC web services.
Both actions require us to manually add JAX-RPC libs to the project because as you will see by default JAX-WS service and proxy are created when we try to consume or create a web service.
Creating JAX-RPC Web Services

By default you can only select JAX-WS web service. Read the complete article here.

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Sunday Dec 15, 2013

JAX London slides posted at Slideshare

Our slides from @JAXLondon 2013 are up! Check them out here (more coming soon!)



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Friday Apr 19, 2013

JAX Conference – US goes free! June 4th-5th 2013

S&S Media, parent company to JAXenter, has announced that their flagship US conference, JAXConf, will be completely free of cost to attend.
The event is taking place on 4th - 5th June in Santa Clara, CA, will see more than 40 talks from experts within the Java/JVM space including GitHubber Tim Berglund, Netflix’s Carl Quinn and Java evangelist Stephen Chin.

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Friday May 25, 2012

Web Services with JAX and Spring on WebLogic–Webcast May 30th 2012

Webcast May 30, 2012 at 10:00 AM PDT / 1:00PM EDT

Register to attend this webcast to better understand how WebLogic Server’s web service are smoothly integrated in Java EE 6 API and use EE 6 constructs like annotations, etc. Additionally, attendees will learn about how WebLogic provides a world class implementation, adds value beyond the specification to ensure interoperable, enterprise class web service. Finally, we will compare this approach with Spring Web Services, and examine tradeoffs with both strategies, as well as show how Spring Web Services can be hosted and run natively on WebLogic, providing Spring Framework benefits on a more robust platform than tcServer.

Speaker: Jeffrey West Details and registrations

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