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It’s been a long time since that I am writing a blog post. Since last few days I have been playing around with implementing JAX-WS Web Services on WebLogic Server. This blog post intends to cover three aspects. Creating web services using the top-down, the bottom-up approach and implementing WS-Security semantics for WebLogic web services.
I have been giving a series of technical interviews lately. One of the interview questions was to compare the two Web Services types; namely SOAP based Web Services and RESTful Web Services. Although I was able to provide a satisfactory answer, I felt more was required. I
did some research and the following information was have gathered , aggregated and presented in a tabular format for my readers to act as a ready reckoner. In case you find more do let me know.
This is my first article on Flex. I thought my first article would be a simple “Hello World” type of example, but it is not to be. I had been trying to get a flex based WebServices client running on Flex and it had become a struggle. Fortunately “Google” came to my rescue and I have WebServices client up and running as a standalone application and also using LiveCycle Data Services(LCDS).