J2EE Vs. .NET XML Web Services
Source: Kyoto University
One of the latest innovations for the use of the Internet is Web services. Web services allow applications and Internet-enabled devices to easily communicate each other and combine their functionality to provide services to each other, independent of platform or language. Web services are characterized by SOAP messages used to talk to a Web service, WSDL files that describe a Web service, and the UDDI used to find Web services. The question then becomes, what is the right tools for developing Web services? That question is assessed in this paper through .NET and J2EE technology. A comparative study between these leading technologies is then presented from various sources based on several performance variables.