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AXIS Web Service provider.

 
gautham kasinath
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Hello,
What is the significance of *provider* in
Well, with AXIS, the examples had a *java:RPC*. What other providers do we have? And what is the provider for. What does it do?
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gautham kasinath
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Hello,
Well, thanks very much for that link. It is quite infomatic.
But my problem remains that I do not know, still, what options I have for x in java:X, x=RPC/EJB/MDB
Well, what is the significance of these providers.
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Based on http://cvs.apache.org/viewcvs.cgi/~checkout~/xml-axis/java/docs/reference.html I'd say the only Axis supplied providers are "java:RPC" (for RPC-style) and "java:MSG" (for Document-style). I haven't played with Axis enough to know whether there are additional providers but it would seem intuitive that these are the only two.
 
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Hey!
Thanks very much for that mate!
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Lupo
 
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