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Rational Application Developer: Web Services Development
DURATION: 4 days

FEE: $1,580

Based upon a class size of six students.

Scheduling can be adjusted to employee work hours and incorporate client assignments.

There is a surcharge associated with training two or fewer students.


  • Programmer
  • System Analyst
  • System Designer
  • IT Professional


    1. Web Services and Enterprise Applications
      • Identify and examine the role and functionality of a service: service provider, service broker, and service client.
    2. Web Services Technology
      • WSDL: Web Services Description Language
      • SOAP: Simple Object Access Protocol
    3. Creating Complex JAX-RPC Types
      • Client creates a proxy, which is a local object representing the service implementation and the SEI: Service Endpoint Interface.
      • Invokes methods on the proxy.
    4. JEE Web Services Packaging and Deployment Model
      • Deploy a project, an EAR file and an application client.
    5. Develop Web Services from a EJB using the Wizard
      • Create a web service from a bean using the IBM WebSphere run-time environment.
      • Create a web service from an EJB: Enterprise JavaBean using the WebSphere run-time environment.
    6. SOAP: Simple Object Access Protocol
      • Configure the SOAP connector port for WebSphere Application Server.
    7. Simple SOAP Messaging
      • Set deployment properties using the IBM SOAP run-time environment.
    8. Web Services Description Language
      • Import a WSDL file.
      • Create a new WSDL file.
      • Generate HTML documentation from the WSDL file.
    9. WSDL Editor
      • Adding a service.
      • Adding a port to a service.
      • Setting a port type.
      • Setting a binding.
      • Adding an operation.
      • Adding a message.
      • Adding a part to a message.
      • Creating an import statement.
    10. Creating Web Services
      • Create a web project.
      • Create or import an artifact to be turned into a web service.
      • Create a web service.
      • Publish a business entity.
      • Publish a web service.
    11. Creating a Web Service from a JavaBean
      • Generating a JavaBean from an XML schema - XSD.
    12. Creating a Web Service from a WSDL
      • Exploring WSDL using the WSDL Explorer.
      • Testing WSDL documents and web services using the WSDL Explorer.
    13. Creating Web Service Clients
      • Creating web service handlers.
    14. UDDI: Universal Description Discovery and Integration
      • Registry registration.
      • Importing categories from a unit test registry.
    15. Publishing Web Services to a UDDI Registry
      • Deploying a web service using the WebSphere run-time environment.
      • Deploying a web service to a server using the command-line tools.

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Effective February 27, 2012, the course dates listed on the SYS-ED schedules only will be available based upon approved and authorized user ID. Client organizations will be assigned to a preference center.

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