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In this iteration, you used the Web Service wizard to deploy your Java class as a Web service The wizard also generated a JSP test client and set up a TCP/IP monitor for the SOAP messages You used the test client to exercise the Web service and viewed the SOAP messages in the TCP/IP monitor
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In this chapter you were given a brief introduction to WTP and then dove right in to using it You learned how to download and install WTP You then took a Quick Tour through many of its key areas You created and debugged a simple Hello, world JSP page, added a login servlet for it, accessed a database to look up user names, and then deployed the lookup class as a Web service This formally concludes the Quick Tour By now you should be starting to feel comfortable with WTP You might even feel confident enough to start developing your own Web applications without reading any further If this describes
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you, then we encourage you to dive in and start kicking the tires In an ideal world, the user interface and online Help in WTP would be so easy to use that no one would need to read a book about it However, the reality is that Java Web application development is a very rich subject and WTP is a very capable environment, so we re sure you ll get a lot of benefit from reading the rest of this book The following chapters will explore WTP in more detail If you are new to Java Web application development, you ll find some valuable guidance about architecture and project organization And if you are interested in extending WTP with some new tools, you ll find helpful tips and examples about that too The chapters do follow a logical progression, but they do not have to be read sequentially Feel free to read them in any order We hope you find WTP to be a valuable addition to your toolbox However, we acknowledge that WTP is a relatively new project and there is still much work to be done to bring it up to the high standards of other Eclipse projects Remember that WTP is an Open Source project and that it relies on the contributions of its user community to make it better We are especially interested in your contributions As you use WTP and read this book, please seriously consider becoming a contributor We discussed how you can contribute to WTP previously (see the Contributing to WTP section in 2)
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There is a third option! The Cat in the Hat The Movie An Eclipse workspace is where you keep your development resources and settings Your resources are organized into projects Your settings provide configuration information and options that control the way the tools work Some settings are global to the workspace while others are scoped to individual projects A WTP workspace contains Web projects that contain static resources such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and XML files, and dynamic resources such as JSP, servlet, and EJB components, and their deployment descriptors A WTP workspace also contains settings such as server runtime environment definitions, server configurations, and options for the many WTP tools Preparing a workspace is your first task in starting to use WTP If you took the Quick Tour (see 3), you have already performed many of the steps required to set up your workspace However, in the Quick Tour, you only did enough setup to get started In this chapter we go into more depth about how to install, update, and configure WTP Consult the WTP online Help for the full details
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