Web Service for WebSphere开发培训
This 5-day instructor-led course teaches students how to develop, debug, test, and monitor Web services for Java Platform, Enterprise Edition version 5 (Java EE 5) using IBM WebSphere Application Server V7.
Java EE 5 represents a significant evolution in the Java enterprise programming model by providing application developers with considerable improvements that enhance the development experience and, in turn, productivity. The Java API for XML-Based Web Services (JAX-WS) and Java Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) specifications in Java EE 5 provide a simplified approach to Web service development. IBM WebSphere Application Server V7 provides a standards-compliant runtime environment for Java EE 5 Web services.
In this course, students learn about the role of Web services in service-oriented architectures (SOA) and the enterprise, in addition to the technologies that are typically used in Web services. Students start by learning about the components of Web Services Description Language (WSDL) documents and SOAP messages in Web services. Students then learn how to use IBM Rational Application Developer V7.5 to create Web services using the Web service wizards, how to debug and monitor Web services using the TCP/IP monitor, and how to configure policies for Web service management. The course also covers how to package and deploy Java EE 5 Web services to IBM WebSphere Application Server V7, how to work with attachments in Web services, and how to create asynchronous Web services.
In addition, this course teaches students about the qualities of service for Web services. For example, students learn how to use the Web Services Interoperability (WS-I) features to develop Web services that are interoperable with other platforms such as Microsoft .NET. Students also learn about Web service caching for performance optimization and the WebSphere Application Server Web service security model.
Throughout the course, students perform hands-on exercises that build their practical knowledge working with Rational Application Developer V7.5 and WebSphere Application Server V7 to build, deploy, debug, and monitor Web services. Skills covered in the exercises include generating Web services from existing JavaBeans, creating and managing Web service clients, implementing security, and enhancing performance through caching, These hands-on exercises enable students to use a powerful, integrated Web service development environment within Rational Application Developer V7.5 so they can build enterprise-strength service-oriented architectures within the enterprise.
课程对象： This intermediate course is designed for application developers who will implement Java EE 5 Web services and Web service clients.
Introduction to Web services
IBM WebSphere Application Server V7 Web services features
Service creation scenario for enabling assets
Core Web service specifications: SOAP and WSDL
Developing Java EE 5 Web service applications
Exercise: Creating a Web service from an existing JavaBean
Customizing Web service generation
Exercise: Customizing the generated Web service through annotations
Developing JAX-WS clients for Web services
Exercise: Creating a managed Web service client
Exercise: Building and testing an unmanaged Web service client
Designing a service interface using a WSDL document
Exercise: Creating a WSDL document using IBM Rational Application Developer V7.5
Exercise: Developing an EJB Web service starting from WSDL
Creating data bindings between XML and Java data types
Exercise: Examining the XML schema to JAXB data type mapping
Sending and receiving binary attachments using MTOM
Exercise: Sending and receiving binary attachments using MTOM
Extending message processing capabilities with JAX-WS message handlers
Exercise: Intercepting and inspecting messages using message handlers
Creating asynchronous Web services and Web service clients
Exercise: Creating asynchronous Web services and Web service clients
Using SOAP over JMS as a transport for Web services
Exercise: Creating Web services for SOAP over JMS
Introduction to the enterprise service bus pattern
Defining policy sets and quality of service
Securing Web service applications
Exercise: Securing the Web service application
Validating Web service compliance with the WS-I Basic Profile
Exercise: Demonstrating Web service interoperability
Organizing Web services using a service registry
Employing Web services caching in WebSphere Application Server V7
Exercise: Enhancing Web service performance through server-side caching
Recommended practices for Web services on WebSphere Application Server V7