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Gosu, Adarsh Kumar, Analysis of Web Services on J2EE Application Servers.
Master of Science (Computer Science), May 2004, 62 pp., 1 table, 4 figures, references,
The Internet became a standard way of exchanging business data between B2B
and B2C applications and with this came the need for providing various services on the
web instead of just static text and images. Web services are a new type of services
offered via the web that aid in the creation of globally distributed applications. Web
services are enhanced e-business applications that are easier to advertise and easier to
discover on the Internet because of their flexibility and uniformity.
In a real life scenario it is highly difficult to decide which J2EE application server
to go for when deploying a enterprise web service. This thesis analyzes the various ways
by which web services can be developed & deployed. Underlying protocols and crucial
issues like EAI (enterprise application integration), asynchronous messaging, Registry
tModel architecture etc have been considered in this research. This paper presents a
report by analyzing what various J2EE application servers provide by doing a case study
and by developing applications to test functionality.
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