Design and develop JAX-WS 2.0 web services

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In this tutorial, you design an develop an order-processing application
that exposes its functionality as web services, whereby various consumers
can place order information in a platform-independent manner.
Objectives
After going through this tutorial, you can apply the concepts and
knowledge to develop web services for your application using JAX-WS
technology.
Prerequisites
To complete this tutorial successfully, you should have a basic
understanding of web services technology and have some proficiency in
Java programming.
System requirements
Related content:Web services hints and tips: JAX-RPC versus JAX-WS
seriesJAX-WS client APIs in the Web Services Feature Pack for WebSphere
Application Server V6.1 seriesWeb services on demand demosTo run the
examples in this tutorial, you need Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java
SE) 6.0 installed.
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