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CHAPTER 9: Accessing Web Services > Using JavaFX to Call Remote (Web) Services

Using JavaFX to Call Remote (Web) Services

Enterprise components are often accessed via web resources. Some specifications clearly describe how web-based frameworks should interact with enterprise components for rendering information. However, there are other specifications that allow enterprise components (written in Java or in another language) to be accessed from non-web resources as well. Because those specifications allow for a decoupling between enterprise development and any other development, they have been defined by a number of stakeholders.

In 1998, SOAP was invented by Microsoft and subsequently used as “the” exchange format between Java applications and .Net applications. The SOAP protocol is based on XML, and the current version 1.2 became a W3C recommendation in 2003. Java provides a number of tools that allow developers to exchange data with SOAP.


  

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