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Apache CXF – JAX-WS – Simple Tutorial

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A lot of Java Developers out there sees task with Web Service implementation daunting – well, nobody can blame them really, especially that it brings a lot of  complexity in development and design over the years of enterprise application development. For some though, learning it is somehow the next step in building a full blown enterprise application – Web Services – ...

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Web Service security and the human dimension of SOA roadmap

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In most non-trivial SOA landscapes, keeping track of the constantly evolving integrations among systems can be hard unless there is in place a clearly identified way to publish and find the appropriate pieces of information. An overview of the IT landscape, defining what is currently or will be connected to what, is a prerequisite for being able to maintain the ...

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JBoss Core Java Web Services

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This blog post deals with Web Services. Well, to be more exact, it deals with ‘plain’ java web services on JBoss. That means we are going to create a web service without any additional frameworks (like CXF, Axis etc.). JBoss it self provides support for web services. So if you are really trying to build basic web service (or if ...

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Getting started with JAX-WS

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JAX-WS stands for Java API for XML Web Services. It is a Java programming language API for creating web services and clients that communicate using XML. This post is a quick start for JAX-WS. Prerequisites GlassFish integrated with Eclipse. Creating the JAX-WS Web Service 1.In Eclipse create a Dynamic Web Project called ‘com.eviac.blog.jaxwsproj’. Make GlassFish as the Target Runtime.     ...

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WSO2 Identity Server: Identity Management platform

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WSO2 Identity Server provides a flexible, extensible and robust platform for Identity Management. This blog post looks inside WSO2 Identity Server to identify different plug points available for Authentication, Authorization and Provisioning. WSO2 Identity Server supports following standards/frameworks for authentication, authorization and provisioning. 1. SOAP based authentication API 2. Authenticators 3. OpenID 2.0 for decentralized Single Sign On 4. SAML2 ...

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Teaser: Bare-knuckle SOA

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I’m working on this idea, and I don’t know if it appeals to you guys. I’d like your input on whether this is something to explore further. Here’s the deal: I’ve encountered teams who, when working with SOA technologies have been dragged into the mud by the sheer complexity of their tools. I’ve only seen this in Java, but I’ve ...

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Expose Java service as a web service

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This tutorial addresses a most practical scenario which is being faced by a developer. Most of the time, We may need to expose some of our existing services as web services. This situation can be encountered in different stages of project life cycle. If It is the initial stage, then You are almost safe and You can well prepare for ...

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Web Services with JAX-WS on Tomcat

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Let us assume an enterprise is maintaining user authentication details in a centralized system. We need to create an AuthenticationService which will take credentials, validate them and return the status. The rest of the applications will use the AuthenticationService to authenticate the Users. Create AuthenticationService interface as follows: package com.sivalabs.caas.services; import javax.jws.WebService; import com.sivalabs.caas.domain.AuthenticationStatus; import com.sivalabs.caas.domain.Credentials; import com.sivalabs.caas.exceptions.AuthenticationServiceException; @WebService public ...

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JSON web service with Java and Axis2

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I have recently met a client who asking me to rebuild their legacy product using Java web service. They want it modular and easy to use. The first thing crossed my mind is using restful approach. But there is only thing that bothers me, Java restful approach is using XML!, I would prefer a simpler way to communicate, easy to ...

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