This course is an introduction to developing Web Services for the Weblogic application server, using the Weblogic Workshop. This course focuses on the high-level development process of using Weblogic Workshop, but also includes lots of background information on the underlying low-level plumbing associated with WSDL, SOAP and UDDI. At the end of this course, students will be able to create and debug sophisticated Web Services that run under the Weblogic application server.
Prerequisites: Student must possess a working knowledge of the Java language.
Duration: 2 Days
Overview of Web Services Technologies Introduction to XML Schema Introduction to SOAP Introduction to WSDL Overview of UDDI Weblogic Workshop
- Asynchronous and Synchronous method calls
- Managing Conversational State
- Creating Controls
- Using a Database
- Using another Webservice
- Using a Timer
- Using an EJB
- Using JMS
- Creating non-Weblogic clients
- Creating WSDL
- Creating Custom Maps
- @jws tag maps
- External Map Files
- Tips and tricks
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