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WSAD or RAD with jwsdp2.0

 
clyde melly
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I have setup the latest jwsdp2.0 on my machine.I didn't use the web container option when asked during installation.Can I use WSAD or RAD instead for trying out examples on webservices?Would be thankful if you could provide suggestions regarding the same.
 
clyde melly
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Kindly help.Thanks
 
Kalpesh Soni
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why not?
 
clyde melly
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How do I proceed regarding the same?It would be helpful if you could provide any links regarding the same.
 
Jesus Angeles
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If I were you, I will use the server that the JWSDP mentions; for example, the Sun Java Server.

If you will use other servers, just remember to use the corresponding tools for those servers, e.g. deployment tools, ANT, etc.

For security, at least for JWSDP 1.6, you cannot use those provided XWSS deployment descriptors into RAD/WSAD, because RAD/WSAD uses its own proprietary descriptors. Moreover, there are some topics that are not supported yet by RAD/WSAD/Websphere 6 Server. E.g., RAD is unable to create a stand-alone web service security client.
[ August 11, 2006: Message edited by: Jesus Angeles ]
 
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