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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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Singleton Design pattern in JAVA


Below class depicts the Singleton design pattern. SingletonDesignPattern.java package in.javatutorials; /** * @author JavaTutorials * @version 1.0 * */ public final class SingletonDesignPattern { /** * make the class object as private as it is * not used directly out

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Java EE 5 vs Java EE 6


This post visualizes changes between Java EE Standards 5 and 6. The comparison of standards is listed in four sections Web-Services, Web-Container, Enterprise Application technologies and Maintenance. Hope this helps someone. Web Service related changes JAVA EE 5 (JSR-244) JAVA

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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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