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Introduction to Web Services 0207 - Course duration: 2 day

Course Objectives:

you will learn how to

Communicate between clients and web services with SOAP messages Describe web service operations with WSDL. Create web service clients and services with the Apache Axis2 web service framework Automatically convert Java objects to XML with the Apache Data Binding mechanism. Debug SOAP messages with the Axis2 SOAP Monitor.


Introduction to XML and Java Programming.

Course Contents:

1. Intro to Axis2 and Web Services

  • What is a Web Service?
  • XML Based Web Service Technologies
  • Why Web Services?
  • Web Service Standards
  • Java Web Services
  • Apache Axis2
  • Axis2 Features
  • Axis2 Architecture and Processing Model

2. Simple Web Services

  • Deploy the Service
  • Run the Client
  • SOAP Overview
  • The SOAP Document
  • WSDL Overview
  • WSDL Content
  • Abstract WSDL Elements
  • Concrete WSDL Elements
  • SOAP Monitor

3. Axis2 Clients

  • Databinding in Axis2
  • ADB Databinding
  • Clients
  • Steps to Create a Client
  • Obtain the WSDL File
  • The wsdl2java Tools
  • Wsdl2java Options
  • Generated Code
  • Client Code Overview
  • Import the Generated Classes
  • Instantiate the Stub
  • Set the Request Parameters
  • Call the Service Method and Get the Results
  • Compile and Run the Client Code

4. Axis2 Services

  • Creating Server Code
  • Steps to Create a POJO Service
  • Building a POJO
  • The Server Descriptor
  • The service Element
  • MEPs and Message Receivers
  • More services.xml Configurations
  • AAR Files
  • Generating WSDL from Java Code
  • Steps to Create a WSDL Based Service
  • Generate Server Artifacts from WSDL
  • Steps to Edit the Skeleton
  • Import the Generated Classes
  • Get the Parameters
  • Write the Business Code
  • Instantiate a Response
  • Build and Deploy

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2 days 875
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4 days 1355
5 days 1595

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