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''Using Web Services Effectively'' - the online tutorial

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Good to read: "Using Web Services Effectively" - the online tutorial begins with a discussion of the Web service processing and interaction models. It describes the two principal Web service models -- a document-oriented model and a Remote Procedure Call-oriented model -- from which the synchronous and asynchronous Web service architectures are derived. Some of the issues to be considered for designing a Web service interface, including granularity of services, the Java API for XML-based Remote Procedure Call (JAX-RPC), and object-centric and document-centric parameter binding. After covering design issues, the document gives some guidelines on how to architect a Web service. It covers receiving and responding to requests, delegating to business logic, and exposing a Web service. To help illustrate, the document shows how the Java Pet Store sample application has implemented Web services using the J2EE technologies. Whenever possible, recommended practices are highlighted.

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