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Developing web services, Part 3: File uploading web service built with Apache CFX

Kuntal Ganguly (kuntalganguly86@gmail.com), Jr. Developer, Protech Infosystems Pvt. Ltd
Kuntal Ganguly
Currently associated as a Junior Developer at Protech Infosystems Pvt. Ltd, Kolkata. Kuntal has expertise in using a wide range of open source and commercial tools (WAS CE, Eclipse, Mule ESB, EZlegacy , Active MQ , Birt , and DB2 express C) and technologies(GWT and Android).
Partha Goswami (partha.ext@gmail.com), Jr. Developer, Protech Infosystems Pvt. Ltd
Partha Goswami
Currently associated as a Junior Developer at Protech Infosystems Pvt. Ltd, Kolkata. Has expertise in using a wide range of open source and commercial tools (WASCE, Eclipse, Mule ESB, EZlegacy , Active MQ , Birt , and DB2 express C) and technologies(GWT and RSS).

Summary:  This tutorial demonstrates how to develop a CXF web service which can upload a submitted file from the user and store it in a specific directory. The example is built with widely used Eclipse IDE.

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Date:  17 Jun 2011
Level:  Intermediate

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Conclusion and Resource

In today's world, where interoperability between systems is so important, web services can be the foundation of your service-oriented architecture. These web service engines give application developers a powerful set of tools to integrate the applications of an enterprise business and to build the newest breed of applications that span multiple enterprises.

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