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Figure 7-2 Development workstation
7.2 A simple Web Service project
The project will be created using the Dynamic Web Project wizard. In this
section, you create a Web project with the name
PrimesWebService. Yo u wil l
import a JavaBean that generates prime numbers into this project. The Web
project will also be published and executed in a WebSphere Test Environment.
1. If not already running, start the IBM WebSphere Studio Site Developer; click
Start -> Programs -> IBM WebSphere Studio -> Site Developer 5.1.1.
2. Select File -> New -> Other.
Figure 7-3 New project creation
WebSphere Studio Site
Developer V5.1.1
Portal toolkit V5.0.2.1
for WSAD or WSSD
Sample portlets
WebSphere Test Environment
IBM WebSphere Application
Server V5 via Portal V5
IBM WebSphere Portal V5
(installed via Portal toolkit)
Development Runtime
Run on Server
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3. Select Web -> Dynamic Web Project and click Next.
Figure 7-4 Selection of Dynamic Web Project
4. Enter PrimesWebService for the Project name, select Configure advanced
options and click Next.
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Figure 7-5 New Dynamic Web project wizard
5. Click New for the EAR project and enter PrimesWebServiceEAR (was
DefaultEAR) in the New project name field. Click Finish.
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Figure 7-6 New Dynamic Web project wizard
6. A class file is provided for this sample scenario (; follow these
steps to import the Java file:
a. Import the file by selecting File -> Import, select File system and click
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Figure 7-7 Importing a file
b. In the Import File system window, enter the following information:
i. From Directory: browse to C:\LabFiles\WebServicesClient\Java
Source, then select
Note: You can also download the sample code available as additional
materials. See Appendix B, “Additional material” on page 443.
ii. Into folder: browse to the folder:
iii. Select Create selected folders only option.
iv. Click Finish.

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