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Apache Web Server Authors: Elizabeth White, Liz McMillan, Pat Romanski, Janakiram MSV, Gil Allouche

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Developing Web Services with Eclipse

Web Services Edge 2005 East: CS-9

Arthur Ryman is a senior technical staff member at the IBM Toronto Lab where he is responsible for Web service and XML tools in WebSphere Studio and Rational Desktop Tools. He is the leader of the Eclipse Web Standard Tools subproject, a member of the W3C Web Services Description Working Group, and a coauthor of the book Java Web Services Unleashed.

The recently created Web Tools Platform Project extends Eclipse with a set of open source Web service development tools and APIs. This talk gives an overview of the project and focuses on its Web services support. The project is divided into two subprojects: Web Standard Tools and J2EE Standard Tools. The Web Standard Tools subproject contains support for XML Web Services, including tools based on standards defined by W3C, Oasis, WS-I, and others. The J2EE Standard Tools subproject contains support for standards defined by JCP, such as JAX-RPC and JSR-109, and for reference implementations of these standards, such as Apache Axis. The project contains both a set of tools for Web service developers and a set of APIs for Web service tool creators. The talk includes a demonstration of the tools.

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