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developerWorks: Create Web services with the WebSphere SDK

Aug 28, 2003, 07:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The main ingredients of the WSDK are:

  • "A runtime server where Web services and client applications are run and tested. The server is a subset of the WebSphere Application Server capable of running J2EE components relevant to Web services.
    The server also has a UDDI Server which is used for publishing and discovering Web services.
  • "A series of command line tools which deal with many of the common tasks associated with building and running Web services.
  • "A graded series of Sample applications which provide examples of how Web services and Web service clients are coded, starting with the basics and moving on to more sophisticated aspects such as Security.
  • "A comprehensive set of Documentation covering all aspects of the WSDK, including learning paths through Web services concepts, how to use the WSDK tools, and descriptions of the Sample applications..."

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