Introduction to Java Web Services using IBM RAD

Recommended Duration:
2-3 Days
IBM RAD Version 7.5; 9.5
Participants will learn to use Java to use existing Web Services and to create Web Services for others to use. Class exercises will use WSDL (Web Services Description Language) and SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) to process Web Services.
Experienced Java programmers needing to learn how to create and use Web Services. 2-3 days depending upon IBM RAD experience of attendees.
Students must have Java experience or have completed Java Programming I. Students also require XML experience, or have completed XML Introduction.
Major Topics
  • Intro to Web Services
  • SOAP
  • Web Service Description Language (WSDL)
  • Web Service client/provider
  • Universal Description Discovery and Integration (UDDI)
  • Publish/Find Web Services
  • Web Service Proxy
  • Web Service Creation wizard
  • Web Services Explorer
  • Universal Test Client
  • TCP/IP monitoring
  • UDDI deployment tool
  • Debugging using RAD
  • Deployment to WAS
  • REST web services and JSON
    (RAD 9.5)
There are nine hands-on exercises. Exercises use IBM RAD (Rational Application Developer).

Versions of this course geared to other IDEs are available.