|Oracle® Java Embedded Suite Application Developer's Guide
This chapter describes the essentials of working with Oracle Java Embedded Suite's Jersey component.
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Oracle Java Embedded Suite includes Jersey 1.11.1 server, client, core, JSON, and ask.
The Jersey client API is proprietary and is likely to be superseded by a future standard client API defined in JAX-RS 2.0.
The Jersey edition included with Oracle Java Embedded Suite does not have the following features:
Support for multipart/* media type
Support for OAuth
Support for Atom
MVC using freemarker templating
Support for FastInfoset
Declarative server hyperlinking support
Non-blocking client implementation
Integration with Apache HTTP Client
Integration with Guice and Spring
Integration with MOXy (EclipseLink JAXB implementation)
The Jersey JAR files are in installDir
Core function files
Description: Third-party library required by jersey-server.
Description: Jersey core, required by both client and server
Description: Jersey server library. Sufficient for running Jersey on lightweight HTTP server.
jersey-core.jar, JAXB from JDK for XML <-> Java binding support.
Description: Client support file
Description: Defines the RESTful services API; required to compile a RESTful server or client.
Description: Jersey servlet module
Description: JSON support module.
For information on using Jersey, refer to the following documents:
Jersey User Guide: Overview of and tutorial for Jersey. The samples in this guide assume the use of Maven for automatically downloading dependencies. If Maven is not available, you can specify the JARs included with JES on the compiler and runtime classpaths.
http://jersey.java.net/nonav/documentation/latest/user-guide.html#chapter_deps specifies JAR dependencies for the classpath.
APIs (Javadoc): Standard API documentation for
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