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Part 1/5 : How to Configure Tomcat in Eclipse - Creating a Webservice Video Tutorial

DEAR VISITOR , YOU ARE WATCHING : Part 1/5 : How to Configure Tomcat in Eclipse - Creating a Webservice Video Tutorial .

[postlink] http://j2ee-tutorials-videos.blogspot.com/2011/07/part-15-how-to-configure-tomcat-in.html [/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpZgxutMgYgendofvid [starttext] Developing a Webservice in Eclipse
I’ve been teaching a few classes on Web Services lately and my students have complained that there are no good description on the net for how to get started building web services on Eclipse. I’m sure there are some, but I was encouraged to create one myself, so here it is. I also wanted to try out Captivate 5 properly, so most of this tutorial/blog will involve videos found on YouTube and separately on our e-learning site.

I’ll basically take you through the following two steps:

How to download and install the required tools?
How do I configure Eclipse to develop and run web services?
How do develop a simple Web Service?
How to deploy your Web Service?
How to test your Web Service?

I decided to use videos for this… So, each section is a separate little demo in the form of a Flash movie (sorry iPhone users… I may put the movies on YouTube later to make sure you can see them too).

Downloading and installing the required tools

The first thing we need to do is to download and install the tools required. The tools I’m going to use are:

Apache Tomcat
Apache CXF
Eclipse JEE version

The steps of this video shows you how to:

Download the tools
Install the tools
Start up eclipse

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