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Apache CXF plugin

 
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Hi, i am new to webservices. I am looking for apache cxf plugin for eclipse. Is it available. if so let me know the plugin downloadable site url.
If not please provide the links that guide me in developing a simple webservice using apache cxf.
 
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neil johnson wrote:Hi, i am new to webservices. I am looking for apache cxf plugin for eclipse. Is it available. if so let me know the plugin downloadable site url.
If not please provide the links that guide me in developing a simple webservice using apache cxf.




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Design and implement POJO Web services using Spring and Apache CXF
 
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Hi!
A Eclipse plugin supporting Apache CXF is part of the Eclipse WTP (Web Tools Project).
The project webpage is available here: http://wiki.eclipse.org/JAXWS
The Eclipse update site is available here: http://download.eclipse.org/webtools/milestones/
The plugin will give you the opportunity to use a Apache CXF runtime when creating a web service using the regular web service wizard in Eclipse.
Best wishes!
 
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