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JAX-RPC Handler Registration

Marco Barenkamp
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Hi all,

I thought, a serverside JAX-RPC Handler can be registered for a specific HeaderElement, for example:

I have the following webservice.xml file:

Although I have a different role, the handler gets involved with the request. Even if I register the handler with a totally different headerelement, it is still involved.
Is this a bug of the SunONe AppSrv or did I miss sth?

Thanks for reply.

[ October 12, 2005: Message edited by: Marco Barenkamp ]
[ October 12, 2005: Message edited by: Marco Barenkamp ]

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