"For outbound messages handler processing starts with the first handler in the chain and proceeds in the same order as the handler chain. For inbound messages the order of processing is reversed: processing starts with the last handler in the chain and proceeds in the reverse order of the handler chain."
Which means outbound messages are the ones that comes back from the webservice to the client, and inbound messages are the ones which are given to the webservice; which explains why MyHandler3 Incoming ********* as the first print in your application.
Can you please please share us all of your findings about SOAP, UDDI, WSDL, JAX-WS, in the form of hints and tricks.
Since i am a beginner in web services, thats why i m just trying to understand the basic concepts. And i know the SCDJWS will be very tough, so my preparation might not help a lot. If you share your knowledge with us, that it will be very advantegous for all of us.
And i request all of you guys to post your notes/hints/tricks here. I will also do so.
Thank you very much,
Joined: Aug 06, 2004
I guess your are right . But when I read the RMH book it said otherwise (or may be that is what I understood)
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