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Lave Kulshreshtha
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Experts,
Can some one please provide me an example of a java web service which is portable on more than one IDE. I am using myEclipse.

-Lave


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Ulf Dittmer
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Web Services are independent of any IDE. Their code can be developed using any or no IDE. Are you looking for a tutorial that doesn't assume the use of one particular IDE?


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Peer Reynders
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Be advised:

http://www.coderanch.com/t/148785/java-Web-Services-SCDJWS/certification/server-web-service-practice
Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer:
In order to learn WS I'd advise not to use any IDE. They simplify things up the point that it's easy to only see the big picture, but not what's going on behind the scenes (which is really what the exam is about).


http://www.coderanch.com/t/148510/java-Web-Services-SCDJWS/certification/Will-Oracle-App-Server-serve
Originally posted by Peer Reynders:
Actually an IDE, especially one from a high end server, will tend to hide many details that you need to be aware of for the exam.


Environment for SCDJWS preparation:
Which is the most suitable application server to prepare for SCDJWS?

Furthermore the SCWCD is about web components and the SCBCD is about business components. The SCDJWS is about web services, not web service components. The primary objective of Java web services is to provide interoperability with non-Java web services and non-Java web service clients. Portability of the Java artifacts from one Java application server to another was never a priority as it was with web and business components.

See also:
Portable J2EE 1.4 Web Services?
Compatibility of Web Service servers
J2EE web services, Axis, JWSDP
 
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