This topic lists the ideas this tutorial introduced, along with links to topics for more information. You may also find it useful to look at the following:
Concepts and Tasks Introduced in This Tutorial
- A control is a Java object that provides standardized access
to resources or encapsulated business logic. Controls use Java 5 metadata
annotations for more convenient configuration. Controls in Workshop for
WebLogic are based on the Beehive open souce framework, described in detail
at Working with Beehive
- The easiest way to access a web service from an application is to create
a control for the web service. Workshop for WebLogic can use the WSDL file
for a web service to automatically create a control.
- Once a control has been created, you can access a web service's operations
through simple method calls. The methods exchange SOAP messages with the
web service to perform the requested operations.