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Doubt regarding Service EndPoint Design

Divya Gehlot
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Joined: Sep 10, 2006
Posts: 243
A developer creates an endpoint interface for an existing stateless session bean. Which is the correct mapping approach?
Select 1 correct option.

1. RMI

2. Handlers

3. WSDL-to-Java

4. Java-to-WSDL

correct option is :Java-to-WSDL

Can any explain me why it is so ?
Thnaks in advance.

[ April 11, 2008: Message edited by: Divya Gehlot ]
[ April 11, 2008: Message edited by: Divya Gehlot ]

SCJP1.5(81%), SCDJWS(94%), next mission SCEA (but need to wait or that)
Naren Chivukula
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Joined: Feb 03, 2004
Posts: 577

To serve the purpose of interopability, it's always preferred to create WSDL first and then use WSDL to Java to create Webservice end points.

But, as we have already the EJBs serving the business logic (and ofcourse having Home and Remote interfaces), we can easily create Webservice end point potentially consisting of the methods present in Remote interface using Java to WSDL. In this way, we can convert the existing EJBs to EJB end points so that client can invoke these services by sharing the created WSDL.

Any ideas welcome!

Thanks and Regards,

(OCEEJBD6, SCWCD5, SCDJWS, SCJP1.4 and Oracle SQL 1Z0-051)
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