I am currently working on an integration project where a . Since I have been using Spring framework for a very long time, my natural inclination is to try out Spring WS 1.5.5 as the web service framework.So I picked spring framework 2.5.6, spring security 2.0.4 and spring web services 1.5.5 for the java web service implementation.Passionate about open source, as contributor and evangelist, he is a frequent speaker at Java user groups, conferences and sponsored workshops.He holds the Sun Certified Java Programmer, Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP®), Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP®) and the Project Management Professional (PMP®) credentials.
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Steps for Creating a Spring-WS Contract-First Service (continued from Part I) Referring back to Part I of the article series [REF-1], I had mentioned that the application context XML file is a composition of application beans (wired and managed by the Spring container) relevant to the particular Spring module being used.
Example 1 is a snippet of the application's Web service (WS) context file described earlier containing the endpoint mappings which was configured to define an annotated Payload endpoint (Payload Root Annotation Method Endpoint Mapping) that autodetects endpoint classes and methods using annotations (@Endpoint and @Payload Root) which it then uses to appropriately route the SOAP message to.
Contributions Abstract: In Part I of this article series [REF-1], I had used the popular Spring framework [REF-2], a lightweight container that provides automated configuration and wiring of application objects, to create a contract-first Web service.
Demonstrating Spring's pluggable architecture, we had seen how to configure the endpoint with Spring's support for OXM (Object-XML Mapping) and handle service-level and runtime exceptions.