Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: aac, 48000 Hz
Language: English | VTT | Size: 958 MB | Duration: 4 section | 23 lectures | (1h 47m)
How to implement & test a contract first SOAP Web Service with Spring Web Services, IntelliJ and SoapUI.
What you'll learn
How to create a SOAP Client with Spring Boot that will hit your working SOAP Spring Web Services Endpoint.
How to refactor the Maven Archetype Spring SOAP Web Service to a Spring Boot SOAP Service
Be able to use IntelliJ
Some knowledge of XML and XSD
Some knowledge of Maven
You will use the Spring Web Services Maven Archetype to create a boilerplate Spring Web Services project in IntelliJ.
Through your Spring Configuration file you will enable the automatic generation of the SOAP WSDL file, using your XML and derived XSD document input and output as a starting point.
You will then write a Service Layer to access the back-end resources with a Java Interface class and implementation.
You will write the SOAP Endpoint using @ Annotations in Spring.
You will test your working SOAP Endpoint using the Open Source SoapUI testing tool.
A bonus lecture will let you to create a SOAP Client with Spring Boot that will hit your working SOAP Spring Web Services Endpoint.
A second bonus lecture will let you re-package your Spring SOAP Web Service Endpoint as a Spring Boot Application.
Who this course is for:
Java Developers who need to Implement a SOAP Web Service with Spring Web Service
Testers who need to test a SOAP WebService with SoapUI
Java Developers who need to implement a SOAP Client with Spring Web Services using Spring Boot
Java Developers who need to implement a SOAP Server with Spring Web Services using Spring Boot