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J2EE Web Services on BEA WebLogic by Anjali Anagol-Subbarao

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Chapter 8. Using Controls, Bindings, and Parsers

In the last chapter, you learned how web services are built. In this chapter, you look at the functions that support the building of web services. You will learn about using controls, XML-to-Java bindings, and XML parsing.

WebLogic Workshop has Control Frameworks, which is a way to encapsulate business logic and to access enterprise resources such as databases, message queues, and timers, and to expose them as web services. This chapter describes how to build custom Controls, use built-in Controls, and leverage ISV Controls.

An important aspect of enabling web services is the translation of XML to Java objects. One way to achieve this is to bind XML to Java. This chapter describes how to use XML Beans ...

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