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UnmarshalException while consuming a web service [migrated]

I have a web service based on a number of entity classes. one of them is shows below @Entity @Table(name = "users") @XmlRootElement @NamedQueries({ @NamedQuery(name = "Users.findAll", query = "SELECT ...
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2answers
108 views

API Class with intensive network requests

I'm working an API which works as "intermediary" between a REST API and the developer. In this way, when the programmer do something like this: User user = client.getUser(nickname); it will ...
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2answers
178 views

Where and when should I use RESTful [closed]

When I should use REST? In what kind of web applications? In terms of java in what situation RESTful would be better than ordinary servlets / JSP ? Imagine that I have a web page where users can ...
0
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1answer
75 views

In a REST service project, where should we put code that calls a third party REST API?

My project is organized in layers like Configuration Controller Service Repository Domain Our REST Controller is in the Controller layer. We need to connect to another API via REST calls and I'm ...
0
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0answers
35 views

Web-services REST security clarification

I'm newbie of web services programming and I have some problem to understand how to work authentication/security for REST WS pattern. I had read about OAuth but I haven't understand how it work in ...
0
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2answers
156 views

DTO - service layer - statelessness best practices interfering with each other

I am designing a REST API coupled with a service layer that takes DTOs as input and produces them as output. This works fine for most service calls where the DTO is used to access an underlying ...
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0answers
53 views

Access Token Verification

I have spent quite a few days reading up on Oauth and token based security measures for REST API's and I am currently looking at implementing an Oauth based authentication approach almost exactly like ...
1
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2answers
509 views

Doubts about several best practices for rest api + service layer

I'm going to be starting a project soon that exposes a restful api for business intelligence. It may not be limited to a restful api, so I plan to delegate requests to a service layer that then ...
2
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1answer
279 views

How to translate SQL query into REST API requests?

Let's say I have a machine-readable description (such as in WADL, Swagger or RAML) of a REST API that provides interface to a database. My users submit queries about underlying database in form of ...
5
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2answers
2k views

Comparing TCP/IP applications vs HTTP applications [closed]

I'm interested in developing a large-scale user-facing website that is written in Java. As for design, I'm thinking of developing independent, modular services that can act as data providers to my ...
1
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1answer
364 views

Applying DDD principles in a RESTish web service

I am developing an RESTish web service. I think I got the idea of the difference between aggregation and composition. Aggregation does not enforce lifecycle/scope on the objects it references. ...
1
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4answers
178 views

Provide both RESTful interfaces and Java ones?

I am writing a RESTful service in Java, of course it's typical HTTP based interface. I am wondering should the service provide Java interface which has same semantic to the RESTful interface? I think ...
3
votes
1answer
793 views

Is MVC the optimal pattern to build a RESTful web service?

Not being a Java practitioner, I recently came to learn about the JAX-RS specification and Apache CXF framework. While still wrapping my head around all these things, I also read the this question on ...
2
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2answers
808 views

Which is simpler for REST client call to return JSON - JQuery/JavaScript or Spring RestTemplate? [closed]

I've been trying to hack up an annotated Spring MVC web app but it's proving pretty hard to call a URL of my web app which fires a request to a remote API (UK Police data) and recieves a reply which I ...
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votes
1answer
551 views

Appropriate selection of security framework [closed]

I have a web application to be developed using RESTeasy API and for this I have to implement security (Form based authentication). So i am not sure about the most appropriate fit for this. As I ...
14
votes
3answers
792 views

Does decoupling trump DRY in REST?

I am building a REST API to expose most of functionality of an existing Java API. Both APIs are for internal use within my organization; I do not have to design for external use. I have influence ...
2
votes
1answer
533 views

Tomcat 7 vs. ehCache Standalone Server (Glassfish) Configuration with RESTful Web Services

My requirements consist of using ehCache to send and store data via RESTful web service calls. The data can be stored in-memory or via the filesystem... Never used ehCache before so I am having some ...
31
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4answers
36k views

Reasons NOT to use JSF [closed]

I am new to StackExchange, but I figured you would be able to help me. We're crating a new Java Enterprise application, replacing an legacy JSP solution. Due to many many changes, the UI and parts of ...
22
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2answers
16k views

Selecting a JAX-RS implementation for a new project

I'm starting a new Java project which will require a RESTful API. It will be a SaaS business application serving mobile clients. I have developed one project with Java EE 6, but I'm not very familiar ...
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4answers
11k views

REST vs RESTful vs “normal” web service - the same or not?

I've read a couple of definitions and discussion on REST and/or RESTful applications, but I still do not understand the real meaning of it. I usually work with the apps which either fetch data via ...
4
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4answers
2k views

Advice on which technologies to use for a client-server desktop application

I am writing a desktop application in Java which will allow clients to authenticate to a server with their credentials, and afterwards view and manipulate some data (orders, invoices, employees etc.) ...
3
votes
3answers
950 views

Designing an API on top with Java RMI and Rest APIs

I'm working on the backend of a java web application. We have a document repository (Fedora Commons specifically) where we house xml files. I want to abstract the API of the repository internally so ...
1
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2answers
294 views

OCCI for non-web application

I am writing a non-web application (written in java) which will allocate cloud resources. I want to make it compatible with as many providers as possible. Is it wise to use OCCI interface? Will it be ...
3
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2answers
4k views

xml parser vs JSON parser performance in Java / C / C++

I am trying to understand which data format is better on embedded device communicating with Server over REST API. XML or JSON?. Is JSON parsing faster than XML parsing in Java / C and C++? I ...