Basic Sample of the Web Service Data Control in ADF

Here is a little demo I just did to test a new web site that lets you record and upload screen captures.
See if you like it. (and maybe you'll learn something new).

Comments:

Shay, Just at the beginning of your demo I notice you use a JAX-WS-RI web service. Is there any particular reason for this as it will mean for that the web service is not properly managed by weblogic. Thanks, Gerard

Posted by Gerard Davison on January 21, 2009 at 08:02 PM PST #

There is not specific reason I used JAX-WS-RI - I could have used other web services as well. I'm not sure I understand the comment about not being propertly managed by WebLogic - after all I ran the service in the integrated WebLogic server in order to access it - so it seems to be working ok.

Posted by shay on January 22, 2009 at 02:20 AM PST #

Shay, In general though if you use the -RI you are bolting on a web service using a servlet. This is only really included for scenarios such as deploying to Tomcat or another web only container. You will find that technologies such as security policies wont work properly unless you use the non-RI version which is full integrated. Gerard

Posted by Gerard Davison on January 25, 2009 at 10:36 PM PST #

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