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Audience

Who will the Course Benefit? Who will the Course Benefit?

Anyone who needs to create, manipulate, use and understand Java Web Services within a SOA environment.

Skills Gained

The delegate will learn and acquire skills as follows:

  • Creating, deploying and monitoring SOAP and RESTful web services
  • Modifying and deploying a web service's WSDL
  • Developing code-first web services Creating contract-first web services from WSDL
  • Writing REST web services
  • Building secure SOAP and REST clients
  • Using modern Java APIs

Using modern Java APIs Course Objectives Course Objectives

To provide the skills needed to create, manipulate, use and understand Java Web Services using SOAP, REST and modern Java APIs.

Prerequisites

Delegates attending this course should have experience programming with Java. This knowledge can be obtained by attendance on the pre-requisite Java Programming 1 or equivalent level course.

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