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Creating a Java SOAP Service with Eclipse and Tomcat

Summary Installation of Eclipse Java EE IDE Installation of Apache Tomcat 7 Web Server Configuration of Tomcat 7 Runtime Environment in Eclipse Setup of new Dynamic Web Project in Eclipse Setup of Service Implementation Java Class Setup of new SOAP 1.1 Web Service in Eclipse Testing the new Java SOAP Service with SOAP UI Creating a WAR File for Deployment of the SOAP Service Result https://www.pegaxchange.com/2016/05/01/java-soap-service-eclipse-tomcat/

Web Services Interview Questions – SOAP, RESTful

What is a Web Service? Web Services work on client-server model where client applications can access web services over the network. Web services provide endpoint URLs and expose methods that can be accessed over network through client programs written in java, shell script or any other different technologies.Web services are stateless and doesn’t maintain user session like web applications. What are the advantages of Web Services? Some of the advantages of web services are: Interoperability: […]

Java REST/SOAP reference

1. REST Reference Step-by-step RESTful Web service example in Java with eclipse https://www.theserverside.com/video/Step-by-step-RESTful-web-service-example-in-Java-using-Eclipse Using Tomcat as Java REST server http://tobias.blickle.online/using-tomcat-java-rest-server RESTful Web Services – First Application https://www.tutorialspoint.com/restful/restful_first_application.htm RESTful Web Service : Get, PathParam, QueryParam, FormParam https://www.jhuep.com/~spiegel/en605681/RMI_REST/RestServices.html 2. SOAP Reference Creating a Java SOAP Service with Eclipse and Tomcat https://www.pegaxchange.com/2016/05/01/java-soap-service-eclipse-tomcat/

SOAP Vs. REST: Difference between Web API Services

The earlier tutorials have given a lot of details on 2 key types of web service designs. One is SOAP protocol (Simple Object Access Protocol) and the other being REST for Representational State Transfer. Each technique has its own advantages and disadvantages. Hence, it’s always good to understand in which situations each design should be used. This tutorial will go into some of the key differences between these techniques as well as what challenges you might encounter while using […]

RESTful Web Services Tutorial with Example

What is Restful Web Service? REST is used to build Web services that are lightweight, maintainable, and scalable in nature. A service which is built on the REST architecture is called a RESTful service. The underlying protocol for REST is HTTP, which is the basic web protocol. REST stands for REpresentational State Transfer Restful Methods The below diagram shows mostly all the verbs (POST, GET, PUT, and DELETE) and an example of what they would […]

SOAP Web Services Tutorial: Simple Object Access Protocol EXAMPLE

What is SOAP? SOAP is an XML-based protocol for accessing web services over HTTP. It has some specification which could be used across all applications. SOAP is known as the Simple Object Access Protocol, but in later times was just shortened to SOAP v1.2. SOAP is a protocol or in other words is a definition of how web services talk to each other or talk to client applications that invoke them. SOAP was developed as […]