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Expose Database as Webservice

 
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Hello,

I would like to access a database via Web Services in an automated way. Like this :
http://www.flynetviewer.com/Products/Flynet-Viewer-Web-Service-Generator-For-Databases/5.aspx
But I want a portable solution (multi-os).
I know that you will tell me that it is not too difficult to develop with axis or other but we I am the only java developer in my company (we work with other technologies) and I am looking for something standalone.
No problem if it is necessary to install severals technologies (AXIS2 + ... + ...) and make xml or conf files, but no code.

I've not found any solution for the moment, maybe could you help me.

Thanks
 
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Hi!
This sounds like something very appropriate for a RESTful web service.
Take a look at NetBeans - I recall there is a wizard that allows you to create a RESTful web service from entity classes.
Best wishes!
 
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