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The following reading paths provide quick summaries on how to accomplish many of the development tasks when working with the Web and RESTful services framework:

  • Introducing WSDL Contracts in Writing WSDL Contracts provides a quick overview of the contents of a WSDL document.

  • Developing a Consumer From a WSDL Contract in Developing Applications Using JAX-WS describes how to develop a service consumer using a provided WSDL document. It discusses how to use the command-line tools to generate the stubs and what additional code is required.

  • Developing a Consumer Without a WSDL Contract in Developing Applications Using JAX-WS describes how to develop a service consumer if you are provided a Java interface instead of a WSDL document.

  • Developing Asynchronous Applications in Developing Applications Using JAX-WS describes how to develop consumers that make asynchronous invocations on remote services.

  • Using XML in a Consumer in Developing Applications Using JAX-WS describes how to use the Dispatch interface to develop consumers that work with raw XML messages.

  • Creating the SEI in Developing Applications Using JAX-WS describes how to develop a SEI for your service.

  • Annotating the Code in Developing Applications Using JAX-WS describes the annotations used by the JAX-WS framework.

  • Using XML in a Service Provider in Developing Applications Using JAX-WS describes how to use the Provider interface to develop services that work with raw XML messages.

  • Publishing a Service in Developing Applications Using JAX-WS describes the code needed to publish a service as a standalone application.

  • Introduction to RESTful Web Services in Developing RESTful Web Services provides an overview of RESTful design principles.

  • Root resource classes in Developing RESTful Web Services describes how to create a root resource class for the resource that represents the top of the service's resource tree.

  • Working with sub-resources in Developing RESTful Web Services describes how to map the service's other resources into sub-resources.

  • Working with resource methods in Developing RESTful Web Services describes how to create methods to implement each of the HTTP verbs used by each of the resources.

  • Publishing a Service in Developing RESTful Web Services describes how publish your service.

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