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Web Services IDE

 
Stanley Tan
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Is there a free IDE that does Java Web services?
 
Simon Brown
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It depends what you want to get out of it, but the Sun Java Web Services Development Kit contains some useful tools to get you started. Also, check out some of the open source tool kits and perhaps there is also a plug-in for the (free) Eclipse too.
Hope that helps...
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RJ Espinoza
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Does Oracle 9i JDeveloper fit the profile?
 
Rakesh Garishakurthi
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You can download the Sun ONE Studio 4 update 1 for 60 day trial. It has all built in capability to create a web services/ws clients for JAXRPC, Apache SOAP and kSOAP. And it is bit intuitive too.
 
bob dapaah
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Does netbeans have any support for web services?
 
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