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Building Web Services with Java EE

Course Summary

Explore the concepts, syntax, commands, and tools that allow you to communicate and share data between applications with Java EE web services.         


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    Course Syllabus

      Introduction         Welcome         What you need to get started         Using the exercise files         Using the challenges     1. About Web Services         What are web services?         Working with XML files         Setting up a runtime architecture         Creating a simple service         Building, packaging, and deploying your service         Challenge: Build a simple web service         Solution: Build a simple web service     2. Web Services Description Language (WSDL)         What is WSDL?         Understanding the basic syntax         Exploring WSDL         Implementing a web service         Adding multiple parts to WSDL         Challenge: Create a one-way WSDL message         Solution: Create a one-way WSDL message     3. Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)         Introducing SOAP and SOAP toolkits         Exploring the syntax and design of SOAP         Comparing SOAP 1.1 to SOAP 1.2         Challenge: Add a SOAP binding         Solution: Add a SOAP binding     4. Representational State Transfer (REST)         What is REST?         Exploring the syntax and design of REST         Creating a REST root resource class         Using MIME types with RESTful messages         Challenge: Create a REST root resource class         Solution: Create a REST root resource class     5. Programming a Web Service in Java EE         Specifying the methods and structure needed for the web service         Creating the web service endpoint         Testing a web service without a client         Creating an application client         Challenge: Expand the RESTful web service         Solution: Expand the RESTful web service     6. Improving Your Java EE Code         Debugging your web services         Optimizing your code         Sending different data types         Enabling security and encryption         Challenge: Debug and optimize a sample web service         Solution: Debug and optimize a sample web service     7. Extensions         Web Services Distributed Management (WSDM)         Web Services Invocation Framework (WSIF)         Bus-enabled web services     Conclusion        Where to go from here  


Course Fee:
USD 25

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

3 - 4 hours / week

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