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OSGi and Spring: Part 2: Build and deploy OSGi as Spring bundles using Felix
Build and package Java classes as OSGi bundles using the Spring DM framework in a Felix container. This article, Part 2 of this series, shows you how to create bundles using the Spring framework and then deploy them in a Felix runtime environment. You will see how the core OSGi framework dependency is removed through a simple Spring-based configuration.
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Articles 30 Mar 2009
OSGi and Spring, Part 1: Build and deploy OSGi bundles using Apache Felix
Develop, build, and package Java class components as Open Services Gateway initiative (OSGi) bundles and deploy them in the Apache Felix runtime environment. Then use Felix shell commands to start and stop the bundles and dynamically update them.
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Articles 30 Oct 2008
Design and implement POJO Web services using Spring and Apache CXF, Part 2: Create a RESTful Web service
Create a RESTful Web service, which is defined as a Spring bean, using Apache CXF, an open source Web service framework. This article explores the features and benefits of using the Representational State Transfer (REST) architecture and illustrates the use of the REST API in CXF to easily develop a RESTful service.
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Articles 25 Sep 2008
Design and implement POJO Web services using Spring and Apache CXF, Part 1: Introduction to Web services creation using CXF and Spring
Create a plain old Java object (POJO)-style Web service easily using Apache CXF, an open source Web service framework. This article, Part 1 of a series, shows you how to expose POJOs as Web services using Spring and CXF. It also illustrates CXF integration with the Spring Framework.
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Articles 24 Jul 2008
Design and develop JAX-WS 2.0 web services
Using Java API for XML Web Services (JAX-WS) technology to design and develop web services yields many benefits, including simplifying the construction of web services and web service clients in Java, easing the development and deployment of web services, and speeding up web services development. This tutorial walks you through how to do all of this and more by developing a sample order-processing application that exposes its functionality as web services. After going through this tutorial, you'll be able to apply these concepts and your newly acquired knowledge to develop web services for your application using JAX-WS technology.
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Tutorial 20 Sep 2007
Build apps using Asynchronous JavaScript with XML (Ajax)
Ajax (Asynchronous JavaScript with XML) enables a dynamic, asynchronous Web experience without the need for page refreshes. In this tutorial, you learn to build Ajax-based Web applications -- complete with real time validation and without page refreshes -- by following the construction of a sample book order application.
Tutorial 15 Nov 2005
The Spring series, Part 4: 1-2-3 messaging with Spring JMS
Quick-step through the basics of JMS messaging, with the Spring JMS framework and IBM WebSphere MQ 5.3.
Articles 04 Oct 2005
Pagination using DB2 UDB and JSPs
This article explains how to display DB2 UDB search results in chunks of pages either through using the rownext() feature provided in the product, or by using a Java stateful bean or HttpSession. It also details the pros and cons of each method.
Articles 17 Jul 2003
Creating a JSP Application That Accesses DB2 Everyplace
This article discusses DB2 Everyplace support for JSP and describes how to create and deploy JSP applications to access DB2 Everyplace data from mobile applications.
Articles 10 Apr 2003
Creating a Mobile Application for Palm Devices Using DB2 Everyplace
Everyone is going mobile, and it's easy to create a mobile application for DB2 Everyplace. This step-by-step article takes you through the process of building a simple sample address book using the Mobile Application Builder.
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Articles 05 Sep 2002
Web architecture using MVC style, Part 2: Building a web services MVC architecture
This second part of a two-part series will focus on how to implement a web services architecture using any Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern. This article focuses on how to access static and dynamic web services using SOAP and UDDI APIs, along with the design implementation of the components that makes up the web services architecture.
Articles 01 Apr 2002
Web services architecture using MVC style
The Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern is fairly useful in software engineering of object-oriented applications. This article takes a look at how it can be applied to the call static or dynamic web services.
Articles 01 Feb 2002
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