Representational State Tranfer (RESTfull) Web Services

Representational State Tranfer (RESTfull) Web Services
DeeKay April 21, 2010 at 3:29 am · Java/J2EE

To Develop a stateless web services there is a Software architecture pattern called as REPRESENTATIONAL STATE TRANSFER(REST).This pattern can used in any Distributed Framework, as this is a simple protocol for data transmission and doesn’t require any other additional data transfer rule.REST can be used with the only HTTP protocol.Each service is viewed as resouce…
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Why SOA; when surely it’s easier to start with a clean sheet?

Why SOA; when surely it’s easier to start with a clean sheet?
DeeKay January 13, 2009 at 7:55 am · Java/J2EE

A question often asked is ‘What’s the value is of leveraging existing business applications for reuse in Service Oriented Architectures (SOA), when surely it’s easier to start with a clean sheet?’ Existing business applications are among the most valuable assets a company owns because they support business critical processes and information which impacts every aspect…
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Accessing Web Services from JSF applications

Accessing Web Services from JSF applications
DeeKay September 5, 2008 at 5:56 pm · Java/J2EE, Open Source

1) Introduction In this technical article, let us see how it is possible to access Web Services from JSF Applications. JSF Application resides in the Web Tier of a typical Enterprise Application, whereas Web Services are External Services that reside in the Application Tier. We make use of Java EE 5 for developing the Sample…
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