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Best Practices working with Web Services

 
jzafrilla jzafrilla
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Hi all,
I would like to know if that i have in mind is a good practice for working with Web Services. I explain this:

I have a very complex Java Project, and i need to implement a WS for interact with data. I try to transform this Java Project into a Java Dinamyc Web Project, but there are a lot of dependences and its difficult.
My question is, is a good practice if i create a new Dinamyc Web Project with only the WebService? At the end, i will have two projects, Java and Dinamyc. Is this a good solution?

Thanks in advance.

 
Tim Moores
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What do you mean by "Java Dinamyc Web Project" - a web app? Or just a collection of web services? Is the "Java Project" a desktop app or web app? You can run web services as part of a web app, or you can run them as a separate web app. What makes more sense depends on the circumstances about which we know nothing.
 
Ifteqar Ald
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Yes i think its a good Solution for handling dependancies
 
jzafrilla jzafrilla
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Hi,


The "Java Dinamyc Web Project" is a web app, and my Java project is an web app too, but in eclipse, for example, the "Java project" don't appear as a Dinamyc Web Project and i would like to make separate projects, the "Java Project" for magnament and the "Dinamyc Web Project" as a collection of web services.

Thanks for reply.



 
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