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A Dynamic e-Business Application Using Web Services

  • May 22, 2003
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XML support in the Java environment:

"Web services in Java environments" by Dave Chappell and Tyler Jewell in Java Web Services (O'Reilly & Associates)

Best practices for architecting enterprise J2EE applications in Designing Enterprise Applications with the J2EE Platform, Second Edition, Inderjeet Singh et al. (Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, June 2002; ISBN: 0201787903):

Recommendations from Sun's J2EE Blueprints team: "Using Web Services Effectively:"

The Sun One Logistics Sample Application:

Using JAXR in "Web Services Take Float with JAXR" (JavaWorld, May 2002):

XML Messaging—Dirk Reinshagen discusses JAXM (JavaWorld):

B2Bi and Web Services

Developing Web Services Series: Web services and J2EE

Developer's Guide to Building XML-based Web Services with the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE)

Web Services: A Business Perspective on Platform Choice

Making your J2EE Application Web Services ready—The XML Business Delegate Pattern

List of Web services and SOAP implementations


Download demo project source - 123Kb

About the Author

Simon John is a graduate in Electrical Engineering from the University of Calicut, India. He has over fourteen years of professional experience in the areas of OOAD, real-time programming, RDBMS, Enterprise technologies (J2EE & COM), Transaction processing middleware, and Web services, and is also a Sun Certified Web components developer. He last served as a consultant with Unisys. He can be contacted at

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