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Java Web Services Interview Questions and Answers


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Explain each web service technologies - SOAP, WSDL, UDDI, eBXML and JAX pack.

SOAP: Simple Object Access Protocol is a protocol that is used to exchange structured information at the time of implementing a web service. SOAP is relied on XML. Message format of SOAP usually relies on another protocol of different application layers. Among these the most notable application layer is Remote Procedure Call and HTTP. SOAP forms the foundation layer for web services protocol stack. This stack provides the basic framework for messaging on which the web services are built.

WSDL: Web Service Definition Language is used to describe a web service based on XML. WSDL is used for describing Web Services and to locate the services. WSDL consists of the information on what the service is all about, its residing location and the way of invocation the service.

UDDI Universal Discovery Description Integration: To publish and discover the information about web services, UDDI is a specification. It is an XML based standard. This standard is used for describing, publishing, and finding services. These services are found in a distributed environment through the use of a server called registry server.

Electronic Business using XML: EBXML is one from XML family that is based on the standards of OASIS and UN/CEFACT. The mission of this standard is to provide an open xml-based infrastructure which could enable the global use of e-business in an interoperable, secure and consistent manner by all of the partners of trading. This is a unique architecture with unique concepts that are part theory and part implemented within the existing EBXML standards.

JAX PACK: A java API for xml pack that integrates all of the programming interfaces by SUN for different web services development. All these interfaces are made as a single download. JAX PACK is a bundle of JAXB,JAXM,JAX-RPC,and JAXR. Jax pack includes the documentations for support for the SAX,DOM.SOAP,WSDL,XSLT,EBXML,UDDI standards.

2
What is new about Web services?

The answer is simply, XML. XML lies at the core of Web services, and provides a common language for describing Remote Procedure Calls, Web services, and Web service directories. Prior to XML, one could share data among different applications, but XML makes this so much easier to do. In the same vein, one can share services and code without Web services, but XML makes it easier to do these as well. By standardizing with XML, different applications can more easily talk to one another, and this makes software a whole lot more interesting. Try this course on getting started with XML to master this separate language.

3
Explain what is JAVA web services? What are the methods to create web services?

Java webservices is developed to build and deploy basic web service on JAVA platform.
To create a web services, there are two approaches that are adopted

  • Top-down approach
  • Top-up approach
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Explain the technologies included within JAX pack, i.e. JAXP, JAXB, JAXM, JAX-RPC, JAXR.

JAXP: Java API for xml processing. It provides the validation capability and parsing XML documents. There are three basic parsing interfaces in JAXP are DOM, SAX and Straming API for XML STAX.

JAXB: Java Architecture for XML Binding: The java classes are mapped to XML representations. The two main features of JAXB are the ability to marshal Java objects into XML and unmarshal XML back to Java objects.
The Java API for XML Messaging (JAXM) enables distributed software applications to communicate using XML (and SOAP). JAXM supports both asynchronous and synchronous messaging.

JAX-RPC: Java API for XML based RPC. Allows a java based web service that is to be invoked by a Java application provided the description, still being consistent with WSDL description. This can resemble as Java RMI over web services.

Allowing a web service to be implemented at server side as a servlet/jsp or EJB container is the advantage of JAX-RPC.

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What’s an example of a real web service in action?

IBM Web Services Browser, available on the IBM Alphaworks site, is a good and intuitive example of a real web service. The browser provides a series of web services demonstrations. Behind the scenes, it ties together SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI to provide a simple plug-and-play interface for finding and integrating web services. For example, you can find a stock-quote service, a traffic-report service, and a weather service. Each service is independent, and you can stack services like building blocks.

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