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Webcast: Developing Web services using WebSphere Studio Application Developer

The focus of this Webcast is the use of WebSphere Studio Application Developer to develop and publish a Web service. You shall be shown how to use the Web services wizard and the UDDI explorer to create and publish your service to a public registry, so that others can find and use the service. You will also see how WebSphere Studio Application Developer is used if you are a consumer of a Web service.


Ron Ben-Natan
CTO, ViryaNet Inc.
Ron enjoys writing about how technology can be used to solve real problems and has authored numerous books including "IBM WebSphere Application Server: The Complete Reference" published by Osborne/McGraw. Ron is the Chief Technology Officer at ViryaNet Inc. Prior to this he worked for companies such as Intel, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Merrill Lynch and as a consultant at J.P. Morgan. He has a Ph.D. in Computer Science in the field of distributed computing and has been architecting and developing distributed applications for over 15 years. He can be reached at rbennata@hotmail.com.

Topic: Developing Web services using WebSphere Studio Application Developer

Date: August 20, 2002
Time: 10:00am, ET

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Ron Ben-Natan shall be answering questions from the audience after his presentation. So join us and pose your own question to this expert.

Who should attend? Architects, developers, or anyone wanting to learn about WSAD.

Why attend? In the Webcast you will see how to use WebSphere Studio Application Developer (WSAD) to develop and publish a Web service. You shall be shown how to use the Web services wizard to wrap an existing Java method as a Web service and expose the metadata required for invoking the service. You will then see how to use another tool - the UDDI explorer - to publish your service on a public registry so that others can find and use the service. You will also learn how WSAD is used for discovering the service and building a client that invokes the Web service.

The focus (both when describing the features for the Web service developer and the features supporting a Web service consumer) is on showing you how WSAD hides all of the complexity and the mechanics of Web services by introducing a set of tools and wizards. You can do all of your Web services development quickly and efficiently without writing a single line of XML.

Ron has authored, or co-authored, the following books:

  • IBM Websphere Application Server: The Complete Reference
  • Integrating Service Level Agreements: Optimizing Your OSS for SLA Delivery
  • IBM WebSphere Starter Kit (Book/CD-ROM package)
  • Corba on the Web
  • IBM San Francisco Developer's Guide
  • Objects on the Web : Designing, Building, and Deploying Object-Oriented Applications for the Web
  • CORBA: A Guide to Common Object Request Broker Architecture (McGraw-Hill Object Technology)

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