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Create a webservice using Jax Ws JBOSS
Rodrigo
By Rodrigo
Created 2015-06-28 21:41:45 Modified 2015-06-28 21:41:45
Java api for xml webservices (Jax-Ws) is the "standard" or "core" api to develop webservices, is part of the JEE platform, therefore if we're working with some application server there's no need to add third party libraries, as in the case of tomcat ... read more
java ==> webService
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Log4j2 basic configuration
Rodrigo
By Rodrigo
Created 2014-09-17 21:55:41 Modified 2014-09-17 21:55:41
Apache log4j2 is an upgrade to log4j which is a library which allow you to output log statements to a variety of output targets, mostly in a plain text file alongside the console log In this tutorial we are going to use this library to out ... read more
java ==> log4j2
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Create a webservice using cxf2
Rodrigo
By Rodrigo
Created 2014-07-25 20:00:36 Modified 2014-07-25 20:00:36
Apache CXF is a framework to develop webservice which automatically "marshall" the returned objects, so we can just say, ok this method will return an plain object "User" or a "Book" object and the webservice will return a "marshalled" ... read more
java ==> webService
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Hello world struts2
Rodrigo
By Rodrigo
Created 2014-07-07 14:14:49 Modified 2014-07-07 14:14:49
Struts2 is a framework for web applications based in the mvc design pattern which is pretty useful when you need to build a web application, struts2 gives you all the tools that you need and the code is pretty clean and basing in the mvc architecture ... read more
java ==> struts2
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Create a webservice using apache axis2
Rodrigo
By Rodrigo
Created 2014-06-23 01:16:13 Modified 2014-06-23 01:16:13
Axis 2 is a web service framework for developing webservices in java. Axis2 provides the capability to add Web services interfaces to Web applications. It can also function as a standalone server application In this tutorial we are going to use thi ... read more
java ==> webService
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