Monday Apr 28, 2008

5 Techniques to Create Web Service (from WSDL)

This is a comparison of 5 techniques to implement a simple SOAP Service using 3 different databinding frameworks, such as JAX-WS, AXIS ADB and Xmlbeans, and using 2 low level techniques such as JAX-WS Provider API and Axis AXIOM. [Read More]

Friday Sep 07, 2007

JAX-WS Tutorial: Working With Binary Data

This is a complex example developed in Netbeans 6.0, showing the binary data transmition using the Web Service and Enterprise Session Bean. A FlowerService web service is created in web application. Its role is to get the binary data from EJB and convert those binaries to java.awt.Image objects.
The FlowerClient Java Application is created to consume those images from the service. The pictures received from the web service are shown in a simple "Flower Album" (JFrame).
Finally, some tips are included to show how the binary data transmition can by optimized using MTOM and how SOAP messages can be logged on the client side.[Read More]

Wednesday Oct 25, 2006

Using Web Service to Send Image File

There are several ways to send binary data using SOAP protocol. JAX-WS 2.0 supports the MTOM (SOAP Message Transmission and Optimization Mechanism) and XOP (XML Binary Optimized Packaging) specifications, intended for optimal transmission of binary data, such as xs:base64Binary.[Read More]

Wednesday Oct 18, 2006

Using JAXB and JAX-WS to generate HTTP/XML Response

Is that really necessary to use specific tools (like JAX-WS) to implement document-centric web services ? The answer is NO, but it is not much comfortable.[Read More]

Monday Oct 16, 2006

Web Services: REST vs. SOAP

For most of the people, the SOAP protocol is still rather complicated to understand. Creating client for existing SOAP service isn't so trivial and you'll likely use some tool (Netbeans or JAX-WS) to build your client successfully. [Read More]

Monday Oct 09, 2006

J2SE Web Services - Part2

This is an example how a web service can be developed inside the Java Application, and then, how easily this web service can be deployed to Sun Java System Application Server.[Read More]

Sunday Oct 08, 2006

J2SE Web Services

To create web service using JAX-WS 2.0 you don't need application server.[Read More]
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