Recently we've been looking at the increasing adoption of JSON and how JDBCWizard can make life easier for people who want to create JSON web services for Oracle. We have just released our first build with JSON support. It creates service classes for either JSON or JSON RPC 2.0.
We will go into the details of how to use our JSON functionality in future posts, but if you want to 'try and see' you need to:
Download a demo of JDBCWizard
Download Google Gson, which we use for JSON serialization and deserialization
Select either 'JSON' or 'JSON RPC' in the 'Service Options' screen below:
Generate the code and compile it with the Gson library in your classpath