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Spring Framework in NetBeans

Kuladip Yadav
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Hi David,
Welcome to javaranch.

Does this book covers spring framework support in NetBeans.
Will you please provide link for TOC of this book ?


Thank you
[ November 04, 2008: Message edited by: Kuldeep Yadav ]
David Heffelfinger
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Although NetBeans support the Spring Framework, this feature is not covered in the book.

The book covers standard Java EE 5 APIs such as EJB 3, JSF, JPA and JAX-WS, among others.

I posted the book's table of contents in the "welcome" thread.

David


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Kuladip Yadav
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Hi David,

Thanks for reply .I have checked TOC in welcome thread.
I want to know about Web Services chapter.
Which topics are covered in that chapter.
Does it include axis web services ?
Can I see sample chapter form this book ?
David Heffelfinger
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Originally posted by Kuldeep Yadav:
Hi David,

Thanks for reply .I have checked TOC in welcome thread.
I want to know about Web Services chapter.
Which topics are covered in that chapter.
Does it include axis web services ?
Can I see sample chapter form this book ?


The Web services chapter covers the Java API for XML web services (JAX-WS), which is the standard Java EE API for web service development.

A sample chapter is not yet available.

David
Kuladip Yadav
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David,
While using Netbeans for JAX-WS, there is facility to create web service using WDSL.
But can I do reverse ?
Means can I generate WSDL using Web Service annoted class in NetBeans ?
[ November 04, 2008: Message edited by: Kuldeep Yadav ]
Srinivasan Karunanithy
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Hi David,
I want to know whether the book "JAVA EE5" contains any information about the basics/fundamentals of the JMS and JavaMail also JNDI?
Because I am new to those topics, i want to learn a lot.


Thanks & regards,<br />Srinivasan
Srinivasan Karunanithy
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Also David,
Tell me whether the Web-Services like SAAJ are also available in that book?
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Originally posted by Campbell Ritchie:
"Srinavasan" please read the important administrative private message I have just sent you.


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David Heffelfinger
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Originally posted by Kuldeep Yadav:
David,
While using Netbeans for JAX-WS, there is facility to create web service using WDSL.
But can I do reverse ?
Means can I generate WSDL using Web Service annoted class in NetBeans ?

[ November 04, 2008: Message edited by: Kuldeep Yadav ]


When deploying a web service through an annotated class to the application server, a WSDL is generated on the fly. This WSDL can be used by web service clients to access the functionality implemented in the web service class.

David
David Heffelfinger
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Originally posted by Srinivasan__:
Hi David,
I want to know whether the book "JAVA EE5" contains any information about the basics/fundamentals of the JMS and JavaMail also JNDI?
Because I am new to those topics, i want to learn a lot.


There is a chapter devoted to JMS and message driven beans.

In Java EE 5, it is not necessary to do JNDI lookups as often as it was when using J2EE 1.4 and earlier, since Java EE 5 introduces the concept of dependency injection via annotations. Most of the examples in the book use dependency injection as opposed to JNDI lookups.

JavaMail is not covered in this book, however my other book, "Java EE 5 Development Using GlassFish Application Server" includes material about JavaMail.

David
David Heffelfinger
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Originally posted by Srinivasan__:
Also David,
Tell me whether the Web-Services like SAAJ are also available in that book?


SAAJ is not covered in the book, however NetBeans features involving web service development such as exposing EJBs as web services and automatically generating all the "plumbing" code necessary to access a web service from client code is discussed in detail.

David
Kuladip Yadav
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When deploying a web service through an annotated class to the application server, a WSDL is generated on the fly. This WSDL can be used by web service clients to access the functionality implemented in the web service class.


Oh! I forgot that after deploying web service we can access WSDL .

Thanks for your reply.
- Kuldeep
Srinivasan Karunanithy
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Thanks for replying,
Leave spring framework.
What about struts and design patterns,hibernate? It is there in the book?
Because most organization wants to use struts in their applications. I dont know why they opt struts.
 
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