From: Ryan Champlin <>
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 11:20:56 -0600

Agreed! The documentation for setting up and building a web service needs a ton of work.
I'm not aware of any good books that are current nor articles on the web to help make this an easier process.
Java Pro and some other publications just keep posting the same old articles from a year or two ago rather than ever writing new ones.
If anyone has a good resource for developing web services with Java that would be great.

About the only good resource I've found came from an employee of Sun that wrote and article in Java Pro a while back.
I can't seem to find where Sun links to this document anywhere on their site which is odd as it's a fairly good resource when compared to other documents out there.

Hope this helps. Also if anyone has some better resources please post them or let us know where we can find them.

Be sure to check out the part 2 of this whitepaper which they link to right at the beginning.



-----Original Message-----
From: Frank []
Sent: Tuesday, March 15, 2005 11:11 AM
To: jax-rpc users
Subject: WS JAXRPC hhelp

Well I'm new to WS/jaxrpc and tried going through the java tutorial
(j2ee tutorial 14, tomcat examples etc) etc (they are real poor/don't
seem too work at times). I at least got to run the helloworld that
cones with the jswdp1-5. But it was canned and already setup (i.e WSDL
generated already it looks like etc) But in attempt too use that as a
template too that I need too do and what gets generated for me, what a
disaster!!! Nothing seems too explain this at all. If any one has some
good examples that I can use I would appricate it.



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