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Mimic CGI Behavior in RESTful Java Web Services

In my article RESTful Java Web Services with NetBeans, Jersey and Tomcat I showed you how to create a simple Java web service to handle HTTP GET and POST requests. The service handlers in this example didn’t do much. The GET handler just returned a single string and the POST handler echoed back any text…

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RESTful Java Web Services with NetBeans, Jersey and Tomcat

Although Eclipse is commonly used for Java web service programming, it can be challenging to configure and use for testing. Luckily Eclipse is not the only IDE game in town. NetBeans provides a rich environment for developing Java web services with Jersey – the reference implementation of JAX-RS RESTful web services. This article will explain how…