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New Java Tech Article: Web Service Simulation Using Servlets

We've just published a java.net new article, in our Java Tech series: Web Service Simulation Using Servlets, by Adhir Mehta. In this article, Adhir demonstrates the concept of using servlets during the project development stage to simulate the responses that a live web service would provide. Adhir explains: Web service simulation is a growing need for every web service based assignment. Many of the assignments do not have the ready-to-use web service available during development stage, so the developers try to write their own mock implementation. Typically, the developers will write a simple web service that returns a properly formatted result, deploy it to a web server, and use the simple deployed service as part of their development test bed. However, it's time consuming to do this, especially if you need to simulate lots of different web services. Adhir presents an alternative to this approach: Let's go into the basics of web services and soap envelopes. The intended message resides in the soap body and is based on the message/content of the body; the response from the file system is picked up and can be returned to the caller. This task simply can be achieved with servlets using following steps. Extract the soap envelop from input stream. Retrieve the first node of soap body. Apply the algorithm to generate the response file name using input message. (I'll discuss one of the algorithm in foll...


Date: February, 16 2010
Url: http://www.java.net/blog/editor/archive/2010/02/16/new-article-web-service-simulation-using-servlets


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