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Configuring Web Services

  • Michael Wessler
  • Erin Mulder
  • Rob Harrop
  • Jan Machacek

Abstract

In Chapter 11, we talked about application clients that call EJBs directly over RMI. Though these are great behind the firewall, they’re not as useful when you need to support hundreds of custom clients or integrate with remote partners running non-Java systems. Fortunately, the software industry has defined standard web services protocols that let you expose your applications to the world through XML messages passed over HTTP.

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Configuration File Visual Studio Implementation Class Service Page Remote Interface 
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© Michael Wessler, Erin Mulder, Rob Harrop, and Jan Machacek 2004

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  • Michael Wessler
  • Erin Mulder
  • Rob Harrop
  • Jan Machacek

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