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WebSphere Application Server Administration Using Jython by Noel J. Bergman, Arthur Kevin McGrath, Robert A. Gibson

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Chapter 15. Administering Web Services

The AdminApp, AdminConfig, and AdminTask scripting objects are all useful in configuring Web services in WebSphere. In this chapter, we consider the following topics:

What are Web services?

• The Java standards, JAX-RPC (JSR-101) and JAX-WS (JSR-224), used to author Java-based Web services.

• The Web service for Java EE (JSR-109) specification, which dictates how Java-based Web services run in environments such as WebSphere.

The WSEE (JSR-109) Deployment models supported by WebSphere:

• SOAP/HTTP using a “Plain Old Java Object” (POJO)

• SOAP/HTTP using a Stateless Session EJB

• SOAP/JMS using a Stateless Session EJB

WebSphere scripting support for Web services:

• The introduction of Web service policies, ...

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