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Any good java book for JAX-RPC and JAX-WS

 
shai ban
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Hi,
Please guide for learning the concepts for Jax-rpc as well as jax-ws in java.



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Divya Janyavula
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Start with a simple latest JAX-WS tutorial like a web-service which will return you sum of two numbers. Once you are familiar with it open the WSDL and see the various elements it has and their purpose.

After a simple example in JAX-WS you can start working on little bit complex ones like passing XMLs and marshalling/unmarshalling them, sending attachments, securing web services etc.

Are you asking about JAX-RPC or JAX-RS?

If JAX-RPC then as far as I know JAX-RPC is old. Refer to this link http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/webservices/library/ws-tip-jaxwsrpc/index.html for more understanding.

You can use IDE like NetBeans or eclipse which has support for WebService development.

I do not have names of specific books but you can find lots of examples in internet.
 
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Divya Janyavula wrote:Start with a simple latest JAX-WS tutorial like a web-service which will return you sum of two numbers. Once you are familiar with it open the WSDL and see the various elements it has and their purpose.

After a simple example in JAX-WS you can start working on little bit complex ones like passing XMLs and marshalling/unmarshalling them, sending attachments, securing web services etc.

Are you asking about JAX-RPC or JAX-RS?

If JAX-RPC then as far as I know JAX-RPC is old. Refer to this link http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/webservices/library/ws-tip-jaxwsrpc/index.html for more understanding.

You can use IDE like NetBeans or eclipse which has support for WebService development.

I do not have names of specific books but you can find lots of examples in internet.



Thanks divya for the information. Definitely, we can search on net for jax-ws but I have some confusion like which SOAP implementation you will use etc.

About JAX-RPC what I think is, still it is not out of market completely. You need to support the already existing ones that's why I want to learn all the concepts. And instead of looking on net for every arbitrary topic, I want to know all the topics for both jax-rpc and jax-ws in a systematic way. Then I can search on net also if it is still not clear through that media.
Hope you are getting me.

Thanks.
 
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