Kesha Williams explains searching via query parameters and top-level searches.
- [Instructor] If you've been doing web development…for a while, you are familiar with passing values…to web services using query string parameters.…A query string is the portion of a URL…where data is passed to a web service,…and is often used for searching,…and each value is separated by an ampersand.…While query strings are common and convenient,…there are some challenges, since there's no way…to represent constraints like less than or greater than,…et cetera, or values in a list,…and as the complexity of the query grows,…the harder searching becomes.…
A solution to the shortcomings with searching…via query string parameters is to make searching top-level…by using a special search object.…Let's see searching in action.…Let's say there is a desire to find tickets…that have been opened for more than seven days,…so I've opened the project in IntelliJ,…and I've navigated to the Ticket.java file.…Now, a ticket simply represents a defect…or enhancement request.…Now let's take a look at the top level search object…
- Comparing when to use JAX-WS vs. JAX-RS
- Using JAX-RS annotations
- Accessing REST resources with JAX-RS
- Creating JAX-WS endpoints
- Writing RESTful services using JAX-RS
- Reading, writing, updating, and deleting data via endpoints
- Mapping to entities
- Error handling
- Testing web services
- Securing Java EE web services
Skill Level Intermediate
Java EE: RESTful Service with JAX-RS 2.0with Alex Theedom2h 17m Intermediate
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1. Understanding Web Services
2. Building RESTful Web Services with JAX-RS
3. Accessing REST Resources with the JAX-RS Client API
4. Building SOAP Web Services with JAX-WS
5. Searching, Error Handling, and Testing in Web Services
6. Documentation, Logging, and Tracing
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