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Figure 12-14. JMS Properties
Once you have completed the configuration, the JMS resource will be deployed to the Glassfish server the
next time the application is built and deployed. This happens because the wizard actually generates XML into the
glassfish-resources.xml file, as shown in the excerpt below:
<admin-object-resource enabled="true" jndi-name="jms/myQueue" object-type="user" res-
adapter="jmsra" res-type="javax.jms.Queue">
<property name="Name" value="0"/>
Web Services
The NetBeans IDE has been updated to cover the latest features included in JAX-RS. Of course, syntax highlighting
and auto-completion are baked into the IDE for supporting the JAX-RS 2.0 API. NetBeans includes standard JAX-RS
wizards for generation of JAX-RS web services from entity classes, databases, and patterns. The IDE also contains wizards
for generation of SOAP web services and clients. Above and beyond the basic IDE support and web service wizards,
NetBeans 7.3 includes wizards for generating JAX-RS 2.0 filters, interceptors and clients. In this section, we'll take a look at
how to utilize these wizards to make filter and interceptor generation a breeze.
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