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Friday, June 25th 2010, 11:06am

Create a Web Service with Jabaco

Is it possible to develop java web services with this tool ?
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Saturday, June 26th 2010, 11:14am

The short answer is: Yes, you can use java frameworks like Axis2 to provide web services from Jabaco.

The long answer: It probably takes some research to get all the bits and pieces together which are needed to establish a service. Services have to be stable, monitored, secure, performant, configurable, transactional, free of memory leaks, ... The Jabaco IDE is best suited for development of interactive applications with a graphical user interface or for console commandline applications which are just run once rather than running as permanent background services. For service development it probably makes more sense to go for established development platforms like Eclipse or Microsoft Visual Studio. Most web service implementations rely on some web server (eg Apache or Microsoft IIS, ...) or application server (JBoss, Tomcat, SAP NetWeaver WAS, IBM WebSphere, Microsoft Sharepoint, ...) as platform.

Happy experimenting


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