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ch praveen
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Joined: Mar 08, 2004
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Hi Friends,

Hello to all after a long break.

I want to explore the webservices arena in java. I want to create a simple Hello world webservice application.

I have gone through some tutorials and found that there are many ways to implement a webservice - GLUE, AXIS, JAX-WS etc. Anyone guide me what are these libraries for how do we implement webservices in Java.

Feel free to post any good links pertaining to this.

Thanks and regards,
Praveen.
alain martin
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Joined: Apr 11, 2005
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Originally posted by ch praveen:
Hi Friends,

Hello to all after a long break.

I want to explore the webservices arena in java. I want to create a simple Hello world webservice application.

I have gone through some tutorials and found that there are many ways to implement a webservice - GLUE, AXIS, JAX-WS etc. Anyone guide me what are these libraries for how do we implement webservices in Java.

Feel free to post any good links pertaining to this.

Thanks and regards,
Praveen.


Hello,
I'm starting with webservices in java too. I have your same problem, searching in google I have found axis is the most standar and used framework.
Now I'm searching a plugin or tutorial for do simple webservices with Eclipse.
We can mail us for expore together.
alainc @ euskalnet .net

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Creating Web Services with Apache Axis is a good place to start.
May the links in the Web Services FAQ serve you well.
As far as eclipse goes, just integrate the Axis tools the same way you would integrate any other external tools.


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