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  1. In Topic: Question Current Technologies

    Posted 16 Dec 2015

    @tlhIn`toq that is a very valid point. I will need to weigh the application against the use case and user experience before making a final decision. Thank you for the guidance.
  2. In Topic: Question Current Technologies

    Posted 15 Dec 2015

    Thank you, macosxnerd101. I like the idea of a mobile app being a website I will take a read of the links you provided.
  3. In Topic: Question Current Technologies

    Posted 14 Dec 2015

    Thank you tlhIn`toq, I will research Xamarin and see if it fits with my project ideas.
  4. In Topic: can a web service be part of a server sided application

    Posted 1 May 2014

    View Postmodi123_1, on 01 May 2014 - 08:17 AM, said:

    Ah.. I was under the impression of this being an urgent business project, and not a training exercise. gotcha.


    Sorry I didn't make that clear.

    I have managed to get the StatefulWebServiceManager into a small testing project. I had to add an external jar called jaxws-rt.2.2.5.jar, but iv run into some issues, getting the web service to provide wsdl. I am deploying to a Apache-tomee-plus-1.6.0.1 server.

    I have two web services. BankAccount and Bank. from the examples I could find. Link provided here.

    I am using eclipse and exporting a WAR file from my Dynamic web service project to my webapps folder of tomcat, then running tomcat via command line.

    I only had experience creating Web services using an interface and an implementation class, so i'm not sure how to get two implementations into web services. In the stateless manner.
  5. In Topic: can a web service be part of a server sided application

    Posted 1 May 2014

    This ultimately comes down to learning, using existing tools to solve problems doesn't teach me anything. The example I gave was printing. Its not about the solution it's about how I get there.

    I found that with JAX-WS RI I can create a stateful web service that solves my issue. The problem I have encountered is it uses StatefulWebServiceManager<T>. I don't know how to import this interface into my application to use it.

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