Java Web Services in a Nutshell
Publisher: O'Reilly Media | ISBN: 0596003994 | edition 2003 | CHM | 600 pages | 1,77 mb
Java Web Services in a Nutshell begins with an introduction to Java web services, including a discussion of how they differ from web applications. The author looks at the protocols and interfaces that underpin web services, the J2EE technologies that address web services, WSDL as the means for describe web services, and more. Subsequent chapters cover:
* JAX-RPC * SOAP and the SOAP with Attachments API for Java (SAAJ) * Reliable SOAP messaging with JAXM * WSDL * Advanced JAX-RPC * JAXR, the XML-based registry API * Web Services Tools
The balance of the book is made up of an API Quick Reference containing documentation for the various API packages. Intended for Java developers who need to implement Java services or who need their applications to access existing web services, Java Web Services in a Nutshell delivers practical information to help developers make sense of the rapidly changing and poorly organized official documentation. If web services and Enterprise Java are any part of your job description -- of if you'd like them to be -- you'll want this book close beside as you work.