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Clarifications on EJB SEI and SAAJ

Suresh Kumar
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Joined: May 12, 2006
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Hi

Pls clarify the following:

(i) When EJB is implemented as SEI, does all other behaviours remain same as that of a normal EJB(becoz, SEI does not extend EJBObject).

(ii) SAAJ can be implemented with SAOP apis. But SOAP apis are implemented by JAX-RPC implementors. So, how do use SAAJ in real time projects.

Thanks in Advance

V Sureshkumar
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Suresh,

Please check your private messages.

Originally posted by Suresh:
(i) When EJB is implemented as SEI, does all other behaviours remain same as that of a normal EJB(becoz, SEI does not extend EJBObject).


Please review this topic.

(ii) SAAJ can be implemented with SAOP apis. But SOAP apis are implemented by JAX-RPC implementors.


The SAAJ API is independent from JAX-RPC. JAX-RPC implementations always include SAAJ because SAAJ is used to access the SOAP message in JAX-RPC handlers.

Examples: Java SE 6 includes SAAJ (and JAX-WS) but not JAX-RPC. The saaj.jar in the Axis 1.x distribution can be used independently from jaxrpc.jar. You can use the Metro SAAJ implementation with (JRE 1.4 + JAXP 1.3) or JRE 1.5 without either JAX-RPC or JAX-WS being supported.
Ben Souther
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"Suresh ranch ",
Please check your private messages.
-Ben


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