Have you tried web services in sun studio?

    In .net IDE, MS has integrated web services with their IDE very well. You ask any MS dev guy, I am sure they will say it is very simple and takes 5 minutes to develop and deploy.

    But, I have never heard the same words from a java guy [Atleast from the java people that I know]. Like many, I used to think developing web services in java is difficult and have to write lot of code manually. But, recently I had explored web services options in Sun Studio Enterprise. Totally, I had spent 2 hours in collecting/seeing tutorials and flash demos.

    Sun has considered many things from dev point of view. It has put all options necessary for webservices. Finally, when I tried to develop a web service, it was completed in 5 minutes. yes.. really 5 minutes!!

    Not only web services, that tool is very good for enterprise development. Enterprise development means, I would say web applications, EJBs, Web services and Integration with major application servers from with in the IDE. For my application development, I have used that tool. It has lot many good features likes profiler, Application verification kit, debug integrated with all supported app servers and Matisse based GUI development[Drag and drop like in VB].

    If you want to do enterprise development in java.. then consider Sun Studio Enterprise [Its free!!].

You may find these following links useful.

  http://www.netbeans.org/kb/50/quickstart-webservice.html http://www.netbeans.org/kb/50/quickstart-webservice-client.html

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