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Differences between wsimport and wsgen


wsimport: The wsimport tool reads a WSDL and generates all the required artifacts for web service development, deployment, and invocation. The wsimport tool supports the top-down approach to developing JAX-WS Web services, where you are starting from a wsdl. The

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Create web service in Bottom Up approach using command line


Create Service Interface MyJaxWSSEI.java package in.malliktalksjava.ws; import in.malliktalksjava.ws.pojo.*; import javax.jws.WebMethod; import javax.jws.WebParam; import javax.jws.WebResult; import javax.jws.WebService; import javax.jws.WebParam.Mode; import javax.jws.soap.SOAPBinding; import javax.jws.soap.SOAPBinding.Style; import javax.jws.soap.SOAPBinding.Use; import javax.xml.ws.RequestWrapper; import javax.xml.ws.ResponseWrapper; @WebService(name = “MyJaxWSHello”, targetNamespace = “http://malliktalksjava.in”, wsdlLocation = “http://malliktalksjava.in/MyJaxWS?wsdl”) @SOAPBinding(style=Style.RPC, use=Use.LITERAL) public interface

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SOAP Vs REST Web Services


SOAP REST 1) SOAP is a protocol. REST is an architectural style. 2) SOAP stands for Simple Object Access Protocol. REST stands for REpresentational State Transfer. 3) SOAP can’t use REST because it is a protocol. REST can use SOAP web services because it is a concept and

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Introduction to Webservice


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Explanation of SOAP WSDL


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Introduction to REST Webservices


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Create a Java web service using top down approch


In the bottom up approach, we will write the java class and generates the WSDL file and other dependent components. The same will be deployed into the web containers. In Top down approach, Architects will write the WSDL file based on the requirements. Developer

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Write a Client for web service


Below steps explains how to write a web service client in java using STS IDE. Step 1: Create a Java project using the steps mentioned here. Step 2: Generate the stubs for the Java web service using below steps Mouse

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Create a java webservice using STS


Below steps explains the how to create a web-service in java in bottom-up approach using the STS(Spring tool suite) IDE. In the bottom-up approach, first we will create a template class, using the template class we will generate the WSDL and deploy the service in servers. Follow the below steps

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What are the differences between SOAP WS and RESTful WS?


SOAP Web Services RESTfull Web Services The SOAP WS supports both remote procedure call (i.e. RPC) and message oriented middle-ware (MOM) integration styles. The Restful Web Service supports only RPC integration style. The SOAP WS is transport protocol neutral. Supports

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Mallikarjun Gunda

This is Mallikarjun Gunda, I am working as a software professional. Blogging is my Passion. This blog contains the posts on Java related technologies and programming languages. I am happy to share my knowledge through the blogs.

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