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Web Services Messaging with JAXM

Maydene Fisher and Kim Haase

The Java API for XML Messaging (JAXM) makes it possible for developers to do XML messaging using the Java platform. By simply making method calls using the JAXM API, you can create and send XML messages over the Internet. This chapter will help you learn how to use the JAXM API.

In addition to stepping you through how to use the JAXM API, this chapter gives instructions for running the sample JAXM applications included with this tutorial as a way to help you get started. You may prefer to go through both the overview and tutorial before running the samples to make it easier to understand what the sample applications are doing, or you may prefer to explore the samples first. The overview gives some of the conceptual background behind the JAXM API to help you understand why certain things are done the way they are. The tutorial shows you how to use the basic JAXM API, giving examples and explanations of the more commonly used features. Finally, the code examples in the last part of the tutorial show how to build an application.

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