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vikas jain
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Joined: Apr 21, 2006
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If we have more than one bindings ( document/literal and RPC/literal) for a single portType.

Then by using the method Service.getPort(Class), is it possible to get a stub that is for a particular message/mode. And if yes where we keep that mapping.

also, what is the use of <port-comonent-ref> element. Is this useful only when the J2EE web service is deployed in the same J2EE application.
Peer Reynders

Joined: Aug 19, 2005
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This material is only relevant if you are accessing a web service through a dynamic proxy (RMH p338), rather than a static stub or DII.

With a dynamic proxy there is no <service-interface> inside <service-ref> (dynamic proxies implement javax.xml.rpc.Service) which would also define the endpoint interface - so <service-endpoint-interface> is defined inside <port-component-ref> for dynamic proxies. If your application accesses multiple web service endpoints then the endpoint interface is the only distinguishing feature between them - so when you use java.rmi.Remote javax.xml.rpc.Service.getPort(Class) you have to specify the interface to be implemented which in turn identifies the web service endpoint.
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