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AXIS: Next generation Java SOAP (Anglais) Broché – Illustré, 2 mai 2002
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What I particularly liked is that the book goes right to the essentials of Web Services, SOAP and Axis beta 1 (it's not 10cm thick as others). It it very practice oriented with a lot of samples. It covers serializers and custom handlers (an important part of Axis) very cleary. The chapter on security is also good but limited to SSL and basic authentication (due to the limitation of the current Axis).
What I dislike (and the reason I won't give a 5 stars) is the many errata in the sample code (there is a mention of a errata list on the web but there is in fact nothing there). The missing Ant build in the downloadable samples code. And the missing index at the end of the book. I respect the wonderful fast work of the authors but I would expect an errata from Wrox.
Some errata I encounted:
- Parameter.IN (instead of Parameter.PARAM_MODE_IN)
- keytool -import -storetype JKS (instead of JCEKS)
otherwise you get a very annoying "invalid keystore format" exception.
- When using Axis beta 2 there are other problems than the clutil.jar that you can ignore. The simplest example with beta 2 doesn't work; you need to download a more recent nightly build. I would stick to beta 1 or wait for beta 3.
Buttom line: the book worth it if you want to catch up very quikly with the latest version of SOAP with practical samples.
The explanation of the AXIS architecture is good, but that's about the only part of the book that I liked.
The case study has too many errors.
Yes, indeed you can live with the 'man pages' documentations, but relatively faster results would be an uphill climb. And when you need to cut to the chase, you need this Bible. Not just that but all in one: Handbook, Architecture Reference, API Reference and Design Guide etc.
If you're already on the SOAP bandwagon, this book is organized to let you cruise through details like JMS implementation, interoperability with .NET C# etc
Significance of this proof is the author's choice to use an existing Web Service from Xmethods.org
To tweak AXIS itself, Custom Interfaces (mapping, deployment, serializers/deserializers etc) are explained in an exclusive chapter. You can work your own implementation by referring the samples and little changes to them, to suit your application needs.
The concepts are built up in a lucid manner, revolving around a minimalist source code without having different examples for each chapter. The objective of each chapter is thus kept in the forefront; each subsequent chapter improvises on the sample from the previous chapter.
In fact, the case study serves as a template for almost 100% of SOAPification of existing Enterprise Java Applications.
It would have been better to include some perceptive on best practices & notes-from-the-field suggestions, owing to the brand new technology.
Overall, a must read for all those looking for an Open Source based SOAP solution, be a Manager, IT Architect, Wannabe_Web_Service_programmer or just a bystander.
This book is ESSENTIAL for anyone using AXIS for developing SOAP applications, especially trying to turn a legacy application to SOAP.
I found the book extremely well organized. It takes you from step 1 (installation, which has some catches to it) to the last step, holding your hand, explaining the details, explaining the rationale. And it does this efficiently. There are neither wasted words nor are there too few words.
I would have given this 4 1/2 stars if I could. I would have given it 5 stars had there been an index.
Although this book is written for AXIS beta one, it's still accurate for Beta two, just ignore all mention of the clutil.jar file and you've upgraded the book to beta two.
Request for next version: A section on debugging the code on the server side.
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