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    hi i am new to java,

    i am making my first java web service in which i am going to transfer images from central database to local database on request (from local application)... consider transferring 1000+ images... what you people suggest how do i do it... either make byte array of all of them and send to local site for synchronization or what ?


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    Hello.
    You don't have to write webservice for that. Even a standalone java program fits in to your requirements.
    No matter whether the running program is a webservice, servlet, etc; the logic is same.
    You setup connection with the first database and second database.
    Load the data from first database using JDBC and insert into second database.
    I am not going into details. Just give a backbone answer.

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    Web services are XML-based information exchange systems. It is used for direct application to application interaction. SOAP , UDDI and WSDL are the three components of the java web services.

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    Default Re: java web services

    @albsmith, please don't resurrect old threads (especially to provide a seemingly copy/paste definition that doesn't answer the original question) - this thread is over six months old which, in internet and forum time, is ancient.

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