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TheServerSideCOM

Jun 01, 2001

J2EE vs. Microsoft.NET: A comparison of building XML-based web services

In this whitepaper, we will make a powerful comparison between the two choices that businesses have for building XML-based web services: the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE)1 , built by Sun Microsystems ... Continue Reading

TheServerSideCOM

Oct 01, 2007

Sending Attachments with SOAP

SOAP applications often have to deal with more than just simple messages. The payload for a SOAP message can often include a word processing or PDF document, image, or other binary file. This article explains how ... Continue Reading

TheServerSideCOM

Dec 01, 2002

Making your J2EE Application Web Services ready - The XML Business Delegate Pattern

Web services has emerged as a new technology and you want to be ready for it. Currently you are a great EJB developer and have been comfortably developing EJB based applications. You have become acquainted with ... Continue Reading

TheServerSideCOM

May 01, 2005

A Proposal for SAML communications with JAAS

Have you found as your web application gets more complex, understanding and managing the page flow – the orchestration that drives your application use cases – gets harder and harder? Are you tired of ... Continue Reading

TheServerSideCOM

Sep 01, 2007

Axis, Axis2 and CXF: Surveying the WS Landscape

It's an exciting time to be in open source web services development. Two new next-generation web services frameworks have been released in the last year and a half, both under the umbrella of the Apache Software ... Continue Reading

TheServerSideCOM

Dec 01, 2001

Part 1 - Developing my first Web Service in 30 minutes

You've heard the hype, and your head is probably dizzy from all the acronyms. So just what are Web Services, and how can you use them? This series of articles is intended to demystify Web Services and show, ... Continue Reading

TheServerSideCOM

Oct 01, 2007

Sending Attachments with SOAP

SOAP applications often have to deal with more than just simple messages. The payload for a SOAP message can often include a word processing or PDF document, image, or other binary file. This article explains how ... Continue Reading

TheServerSideCOM

Sep 01, 2008

The JSF Flex Project

The goal of JavaServer Faces Flex is to provide users capability in creating Flex components as normal JavaServer Faces components. This article will provide a quick overview of the project, a brief introduction of... Continue Reading

TheServerSideCOM

Aug 01, 2005

JavaServer Faces vs Tapestry - A Head-to-Head Comparison

After several years as the leading Java Web application framework, the reign of Apache Struts appears to be drawing to an end. Indeed, the action-based model on which Struts is based is no longer regarded by many ... Continue Reading

TheServerSideCOM

Apr 01, 2009

Introducing Java PureFaces: A New JSF Framewor

Java PureFaces is a layer on top of JSF that simplifies implementation. The article here is the aggregate of the blog posts that I have written on our blog. Continue Reading

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