There are so many languages in the world that need special attention while drawing or rendering those scripts. Java has provided an excellent feature to deal with this complexity. By using java.awt.font.TextLayout class, we can easily render these scripts elegantly.
Rendering Complex Scripts (Indic or Brahmic, Devangiri, Bi-Directional, Arabic, Thai, Khmer and etc)
In the previous 2 articles, we learned how to build a simple JAX-WS web service and a client to interact with it without any introduction to web services concept and the technologies or protocols involved. This article is targeted to those who wants to know the basic concepts and technologies involved in building the web services. If you are already aware of how web services are evolved and the technologies involved, I suggest you to skip this, and wait for the next article on this series to know more about JAX-WS services.
In the previous article, we have learned how to create a simple web service. In this article, we discuss how to access this web service and use it.
To access the web service, we need to know the service artifacts and it’s location.
The service artifacts are described in a document called WSDL(Web Service Description Language) file. The WSDL file contains information pertaining to the service, such as the types, operations of the service, binding and port type information. More details on this and other technologies involved will be discussed in next article. But, some details on WSDL are discussed below.