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1.An Overview of J2EE 1.4 Web Services.

  • The J2EE Platform.
  • The Technologies of Web Services.
  • The J2EE Web Service APIs.

2.XML Basics.

  • XML Primer.
  • XML Namespaces.

3.The W3C XML schema language.

  • XML Schema Basics.
  • Advanced XML Schema.

4.SOAP.

  • The Basic Structure of SOAP.
  • SOAP Namespaces.
  • SOAP Headers.
  • The SOAP Body.
  • SOAP Messaging Modes.
  • SOAP Faults.
  • SOAP over HTTP.

5.WSDL.

  • The Basic Structure of WSDL.
  • WSDL Declarations: The definitions, types, and import Elements.
  • The WSDL Abstract Interface: The message, portType, and operation Elements.
  • WSDL Messaging Exchange Patterns.
  • WSDL Implementation: The binding Element.
  • WSDL Implementation: The service and port Elements.
  • WS-I Conformance Claims.

6. The UDDI Data Structures.

  • The businessEntity Structure.
  • The businessService and bindingTemplate Structures.
  • The tModel Structure.
  • The publisherAssertion Structure.
  • UUID Keys.
  • WS-I Conformance Claims.

7. The UDDI Inquiry API.

  • General Information about UDDI SOAP Messaging.
  • The Inquiry Operations.

8. The UDDI Publishing API.

  • Operation Definitions and Payloads
  • Fault Messages.

9. JAX-RPC Overview.

  • The Server-Side Programming Models.
  • The Client-Side Programming Models.
  • Other JAX-RPC Topics Covered.
  • SAAJ

10. JAX-RPC Service Endpoints.

  • A Simple JSE Example.
  • The JSE Runtime Environment.
  • Multi-threading and JSEs

11. JAX-RPC EJB Endpoints.

  • An Enterprise JavaBeans Primer.
  • Enterprise JavaBeans Web Services.

12. JAX-RPC Client APIs.

  • Generated Stubs.
  • Dynamic Proxies.
  • DII.

13. SAAJ.

  • A Simple SAAJ Example.
  • Creating a SOAP Message.
  • Working with SOAP Documents.
  • Working with SOAP Faults.
  • Sending SOAP Messages with SAAJ.
  • SAAJ 1.2 and DOM 2.

14. Message Handlers.

  • A Simple Example.
  • Handler Chains and Order of Processing.
  • The Handler Runtime Environment.

15. Mapping Java to WSDL and XML.

  • Mapping WSDL to Java.
  • Mapping XML Schema to Java.
  • Holders.
  • Faults and Java Exceptions./b>

16. Getting Started with JAXR.

  • Using a UDDI Test Registry.
  • Connecting to a UDDI Registry.
  • Using the RegistryService and BusinessLifeCycleManager.
  • The BulkResponse Type.
  • Exceptions.

17. The JAXR Business Objects.

  • The RegistryObject Interface.
  • The Organization Information Object.

18. The JAXR Technical Objects.

  • The Service and ServiceBinding Information Objects.
  • The Concept Information Object.
  • The SpecificationLink Information Object.
  • The Association Information Object.
  • Predefined Enumerations.

19. The JAXR Inquiry and Publishing APIs.

  • Mapping JAXR to the UDDI Inquiry API.
  • Mapping JAXR to the UDDI Publishing API.

20. SAX2.

  • Parsing with SAX: XMLReaderFactory and XMLReader.
  • The ContentHandler and DefaultHandler Interfaces.
  • Validating with W3C XML Schema.

21. DOM 2.

  • Parsing with DOM: DocumentBuilderFactory and DocumentBuilder.
  • Nodes.
  • Building a DOM Document.
  • Copying Nodes.

22. J2EE Deployment.

  • Overview of the J2EE Deployment Process.
  • J2EE Web Services Deployment.
  • Deploying JSEs.
  • Deploying EJB Endpoints.
  • Service References.

23. Web Service Descriptors.

  • The wsdl-file and wsdl-port Elements.
  • The port-component-name Element.
  • The service-endpoint-interface Element.
  • The service-impl-bean Element.
  • The jaxrpc-mapping-file Element.
  • The handler Element.

24. JAX-RPC Mapping Files.

  • Conditions for a Lightweight JAX-RPC Mapping File.
  • A Lightweight Example.
  • A Heavyweight Example.
  • Anatomy of a Mapping File.

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