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Eclipse Web Tools Guide
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Tools for Web services development

Tools are provided to assist with the following aspects of Web services development:

  • Discover. Browse the UDDI Business Registries or WSIL documents to locate existing Web services for integration.
  • Create or Transform. Create bottom-up Web services from existing artifacts, such as Java™ beans and enterprise beans. Create top-down Web services from WSDL discovered from others or created using the WSDL Editor.
  • Build. Wrap existing artifacts as SOAP accessible services and describe them in WSDL. The Web services wizards assist you in generating a Java client proxy to Web services described in WSDL and in generating Java bean skeletons from WSDL.
  • Deploy. Deploy Web services into a variety of test environments.
  • Test. Test Web services running locally or remotely in order to get instant feedback.
  • Develop. Generate sample applications to assist you in creating your own Web service client application.
  • Publish. Publish Web services to a UDDI v2 or v3 Business Registry, advertising your Web services so that other businesses and clients can access them.

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