Java Web Services: Getting Started with SOAP-based Web Services
Java JDK 8.0+ | Beginner
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If you work on a team offering data or services to clients, you'll likely need to build web services. The most widely adopted technologies for Java-based web services are SOAP and REST, as they allow standardized, scalable, and language-independent external application communication. Use this course shows to learn how to build a web service that adopts the SOAP protocol. Use Maven to create a web service project and the JAX-WS library to build a web service class and a method that remote client applications can invoke. Then, deploy this service to a URL endpoint where clients can access it. Next, explore the automatically generated JAX-WS artifacts, including the WSDL file. Then, use the WSDL file to build a client application and interact with the server-side web service. Bu the end of this course, you'll be able to build SOAP-based web services using JAX-WS and Maven.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
discover the key concepts covered in this courseinstall Maven and use it to create a web service appexplore the pom.xml file in a Maven project and set it up to use JAX-WSdefine a web service method that responds to a request by returning text
describe the WSDL file for a web service and recognize its propertiesdevelop and run a client application that consumes a web serviceset up an endpoint interface for your web service applicationsummarize the key concepts covered in this course
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