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LOTD #1: Using Silverlight to access GlassFish Metro and JAX-WS Web service endpoints

Posted by arungupta on August 12, 2008 at 5:12 PM PDT

Following TOTD
(Tip style="font-weight: bold;">Of style="font-weight: bold;">The style="font-weight: bold;">Day) pattern, I'm
starting LOTD (Link
Of style="font-weight: bold;">The
Day) series
today. These are light-weight entries with generally a single line
description and links to other
blogs/articles/tips/whitepapers/screencasts/etc.



Let's start with three recent entries on MSDN that describe how to
invoke Metro
and JAX-WS
Web service endpoints from href="http://www.microsoft.com/SILVERLIGHT/">Microsoft
Silverlight and .NET:

  • href="http://blogs.msdn.com/bursteg/archive/2008/07/19/how-to-call-a-java-ee-web-service-from-a-net-client.aspx">Call
    a Java EE Web service from .NET href="http://blogs.msdn.com/bursteg/archive/2008/07/19/how-to-call-a-java-ee-web-service-from-a-net-client.aspx">
    Client
  • href="http://blogs.msdn.com/bursteg/archive/2008/07/19/how-to-call-java-ee-web-service-from-silverlight-client.aspx">Call
    a Java EE Web service from Silverlight href="http://blogs.msdn.com/bursteg/archive/2008/07/19/how-to-call-java-ee-web-service-from-silverlight-client.aspx">
    Client (deployed on href="http://glassfish.org">GlassFish)
  • href="http://blogs.msdn.com/silverlight_plus_java/archive/2008/08/04/how-to-silverlight-accessing-java-soap-services-part-1-cross-domain-iis-tomcat.aspx">Call
    a Metro Web service from Silverlight (deployed on Tomcat)

All entries will be archived at href="http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/tag/lotd">LOTD.



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