NetBeans Enterprise Pack 5.5 Beta - Additional Tutorial Links
By gopalan on Aug 19, 2006
- Developing a Hello World Composite Application
- Creating a Loan Processing Composite Application
- A Simple Asynchronous BPEL Process
- A Simple Synchronous BPEL Process
- Refactoring in a BPEL Module Project Using NetBeans Enterprise Pack
- Understanding the Travel Reservation Service
- Developer Guide to BPEL Designer
- Web Services Orchestration Using BPEL
- Getting Started With XML Schema Tools
- XML Schema Tools: Opening a Sample XML Schema
- XML Schema Tools: Exploring XML Schemas
- XML Schema Tools: Working With XML Schema Components
- XML Schema Tools: Analyzing XML Schemas
- XML Schema Tools: Retrieving and Referencing External XML Resources
- XML Schema Tools: Populating XML Schemas Using the Design View
- XML Schema Tools: Applying Design Patterns to XML Schema Files
There is also the Contract-First Development blog entry that also provides online videoson how to use the NetBeans Enterprise Pack Beta 5.5 together with the GlassFish Application Server, and the various design-time and run-time pieces bundled in the Java EE Tools Bundle.
Watch the video here on how to use the XML Schema (XSD) Editor
Watch the video here on how to use the WSDL Editor and the BPEL Visual Designer
The NetBeans Enterprise Pack 5.5 Beta that is part of the Java EE Tools Bundle is a FREE download that comes with a plethora of tooling that helps the SOA Developer. Tools like the XML Schema (XSD) Editor, the WSDL Editor, the BPEL Visual Designer, and all the other tools that are part of this download help the SOA developer be extremely productive at what he is doing.
Learn to use those tools here:
Download the Java EE 5 Tools Bundle Beta from http://java.sun.com/javaee/downloads/index.jsp for FREE, and provide us feedback on the improvements you'd like to see. It combines the new Java EE 5 SDK with NetBeans IDE 5.5 Beta, NetBeans Enterprise Pack 5.5 Early Access, and Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 9. This bundle also contains Project Open ESB Starter Kit Beta, Java EE 5 samples, Java BluePrints, and API docs (Javadoc).