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Mina Daoud
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Hey guys,
I am having a question regarding implementing web services project from scratch.
Basically, I would like to know what is the best technology to use (good performance, online resources,...). I built previously a web services project using glassfish and netbeans.
I am not sure if this is the best way to do it now or shall i go for tomcat+Axis?

Thanks in advance.
William Brogden
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What does this hypothetical Web Service have to do?? Please explain your requirements.

There are so many possible ways to create/use a web service that there is no simple answer.

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Ivan Krizsan
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Hi!
First of all, you may be interested in this article:
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/library/j-jws11/
Second, I would really question whether the requirements are so demanding that you can justify spending additional time learning a new web service stack.
If I were your customer, I would tell you to use the tool you have most experience with.
Best wishes!


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Mina Daoud
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Ivan Krizsan wrote:Hi!
First of all, you may be interested in this article:
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/library/j-jws11/
Second, I would really question whether the requirements are so demanding that you can justify spending additional time learning a new web service stack.
If I were your customer, I would tell you to use the tool you have most experience with.
Best wishes!


Thanks so much for your help, I will have a look at the article, and actually yes i do have time to learn something new, that's why i thought to learn new tools
Mina Daoud
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William Brogden wrote:What does this hypothetical Web Service have to do?? Please explain your requirements.

There are so many possible ways to create/use a web service that there is no simple answer.

Bill


I need to build a web service and use it from a website, my question is what is the best tools to build that web service? I used before NetBeans+ Glassfish, and i am looking to learn new tools to build WS.
bksella sella
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Hi,

You can perhaps use JAX-WS and build a web service using the Oracle Workshop that comes with Oracle Weblogic. The approach can be a top-down starting from WSDL file and generating the required classes in Java.

- bksella
William Brogden
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I need to build a web service and use it from a website,


Kindly address my question if you want sensible advice.

What does this hypothetical web service do?



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