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Contributor
Posts: 36
Registered: ‎10-12-2012
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java web services...

How to consume java web services in blackberry.... please help with any simple sample code
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Re: java web services...

you use either stubs or ksoap2 (a library).
you can search for both on the forums, there are plenty of threads about it.
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Re: java web services...

Remember that one man's web service is another man's REST service.  So find out exactly how you are supposed to access this service before you do anything else. 

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Posts: 25
Registered: ‎12-03-2012
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Re: java web services...

Here have a good material about web services... That is a introductory concepts, but I think that is important.

 

http://www.k19.com.br/cursos/integracao-de-sistemas-com-webservices-jms-e-ejb

New Developer
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Registered: ‎12-03-2012
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Re: java web services...

This is a good point.  Any applicaiton can be RESTful.

New Developer
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Registered: ‎11-25-2012
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Re: java web services...

You forgot that forum is not for brazilian developers only, larissartemis (riquelme)?

Please help us in english if you know some good study tips

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Posts: 101
Registered: ‎11-25-2012
My Device: BlackBerry Playbook®
My Carrier: Wi-fi only

Re: java web services...

On Android Development, a good forum that helps me is Stack Overflow, I would like to sugest them for your search. Maybe it is good for Blackberry development too. Smiley Very Happy

PS: it's very good for Java =D
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Re: java web services...

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I don't forgot this, but you forgot Google Translate! 

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Re: java web services...

It's an alternative ^^
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Re: java web services...

I know! Smiley Wink

I suggested this book because it is very good and can help everyone.