Friday, July 12, 2013

Java Web-service using JDeveloper

With help of this post we will learn how to Develop, Deploy and Test a Java Web-service using JDeveloper.

In this use case we will first write a simple Calculator Java Code having 4 functions (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division), expose it as Web-Service, Deploy it and then at last Test it.

I am using videos as I believe understanding from video is much more easier and comfortable than writing steps and screenshot. :-)


Part 1 - Development Video 



Part2 - Deployment Video




Part 3 - Testing Video




Thanks for reading the post and watching the videos. Hope it helps.
Please leave your valuable feedback in comments section.

Cheers. :-)

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Just for fun.

Bored of waiting for JDeveloper to start-up and looking at same picture every time? 

Always thought of changing JDeveloper start-up picture?
Here is how you can do it.
  • Your default start up picture looks like - 
splash.gif
  • Now using Google images and paint (maybe other tools) create a picture which u want to see when Jdeveloper starts up.
  • Save it with name and extension as splash.gif. 
  • Replace it with splash.gif file located in $Middleware_Home\Middleware\jdeveloper\jdev\bin.
  • Restart your Jdeveloper. Enjoy the new picture this time instead of getting bored while your Jdeveloper restarts. Below is what I created for my personal use. 
splash.gif
Hope you like this post. Enjoy. :)