In previous projects, you learned to create Web services by using the SOAP toolkit and ASP.NET. However, you hav several other options for creating Web services, such as using the ATL Server library.
Before you create a Web service by using the ATL Server, you need to learn about the ATL Server library. This chapter provides a brief introduction of the ATL Server library. In addition, you will create a simple Web application by using the ATL Server.
Most of the major J2EE application servers now provide support for implementing Web services. A number of Web services products integrate with more than one application server to provide a set of tools for developing and deploying Web services. Some of these products include the following:
However, most of these tools don't follow any specifications to provide support for Web services because no such specification existed before Java 1.4. Most of these tools implement deployment support that works only with certain application servers. Therefore, even if a stateless session EJB is used to implement a Web service on different application servers, there might be differences in the packaging format used or the deployment descriptor format and its location. A Web service application that is packaged for a particular application server is not directly reusable with any other application server that supports Web services. In this way, the J2EE Web services application is bound to the J2EE application server on which the application is meant to be deployed.
This chapter explores the features of JDeveloper for Oracle9i that help you to create and deploy Web services for the Oracle 9i application server. It also explores CapeStudio from Cape Clear, which is one of the simplest applications to create and deploy J2EE Web services and Web service clients.
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Basics Of Xml
Basics Of Web Services
Introduction To Soap
Introduction To Uddi
Introduction To Wsdl
Creating A Web Service Using The Microsoft Soap Toolkit
Building Web Applications On The .net Platform
Creating An Asp.net Web Service
Creating A Web Service From An Interface
Introduction To The Atl Server
Creating A Web Service Using The Atl Server Library
Design And Creation Of The Knowledge Share Web Service
Introduction To Java Xml Technologies
Developing Java Web Services
Design And Creation Of A Web Service Using The Ibm Toolkit
Introduction To Mobile Applications
Creating A Mobile Application That Consumes A Web Service
Web Services Development With Jdeveloper
Creating Web Services Using Perl
Integration Of Xml Web Services With The Office Xp And Sql
Server 2000 Toolkits
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