Web Services

Web Services

Web application designs are increasing using a client-server styled architecture, where both the client and server side applications are typically designed and implemented using different but appropriate technology stack, but are capable of communicating with each other over HTTP using XML / JSON data formats. While SOAP based services are still relevant in an enterprise arena, REST styled services are gaining popularity for various external application integrations.

This course aims to provide an understanding and importance of Web Services, the various specifications that make Web Services possible and how to use JAX-WS and JAX-RS API’s to implement SOAP or REST based Web Services on the Java platform.

1. Need for Web Services and Overview of Web Services
2. Open specifications that make Web Services possible: SOAP, WSDL, UDDI
3. JEE specification that help in implementing Web Services: JAXP, JAXB, JAX-WS, JAXR
4. Various parts of a WSDL and the SOAP protocol
5. Produce and consume a Web Services using JAX-WS
6. REST architectural style of Web Services
7. Produce and consume a REST styled Web Service using JAX-RS
2 Days Instructor Led Training Session (ILT)
1. Good working knowledge of XML, XML Schemas, XML Namespaces
2. Good working knowledge of Java
3. Should understand the design of distributed systems and how they work
4. Should understand typical enterprise application requirements

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