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Java : Generation Of Proxies for CXF, AXIS web services via ANT Script (WSDLToJava)
Hi, Just a post concerning the generation of JAVA webservice client for CXF and AXIS web services via an ANT script. More information on sites on proxies creation: http://cxf.apache.org/docs/wsdl-to-java.html http://axis.apache.org/axis/java/ant/axis-wsdl2java.html First, download the CXF and AXIS SDK librairies: C:\SDK\axis2-1.7.7 C:\SDK\cfx-3.0.3 C:\SDK\jdk1.7.0_17   Create a specific folder for the generated proxies sources (for example, WSProxyGenerator\src_generated)   References all needed libairies (JAR) in your project (for example lib/*.jar)   Create a properties file for the ...more»
Documentum : Creation of DFS Web Service
Hi, I would like to describe step by step how to create a DFS service and DFS client via Composer. In this post, I am not exposing neither the deployment of this DFS service on an application server, neither the configuration of DFC file on server allowing the access to Documentum Content Server.   First, what is DFS? EMC Documentum Foundation Services (DFS) ...more»
Documentum : Java proxies generation for DFS web services
Hello, Juste a post concerning the generation of proxies client for DFS web service project due to ANT script and utilities classes. Several steps: Create a project TESTWsClientGenerator Add the JAR emc-dfs-rt-remote.jar and emc-dfs-rt.jar (from DocumentumCoreProject\dfs6.7\emc-dfs-sdk-6.7\lib\java) in the BuildPath of your project Get in your workplace the CXF librairies : C:\Workspaces\HUO\ECMExternalLibraries\org\apache\cfx-3.0.3 http://cxf.apache.org/cxf-303-release-notes.html Create a source folder wsgenerator Create the package com.emc.documentum.fs.datamodel.core.content Create the below utilities classes ...more»
Java/JRE/JDK: generate self signed SSL certificate with keytool (install on web server…)
Hi, In this article, I will try to present briefly: 1) the management of self signed SSL certificates with keytool; 2) a complete example of certificate's generation; 3) installation on web server and tests; 1. Presentation of keytool Java uses its own tools to generate and use self signed SSL certificates, based on a proprietary storage in a keystore file, comprised of certificates / keys accessible ...more»
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