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I'm reading the Allen' Study Guide and there is a reference to the Java API for XML Messaging (Chapter 6: Legacy Connectivity).
I can see this API in the Java 5 EE APIs (javax.xml.soap) here but it is not in the J2EE 5 Specs.
Is it already used ?
Was it replaced by JAX-WS or JAX-RPC or is it a base for those technologies ?
I think this API is replaced by SAAJ (SOAP with Attachments API for Java).
Benoît de Chateauvieux
Joined: Aug 10, 2007
You're right: JAXM was the first deliverable of the JSR067. It's now called SAAJ.
I found this in the introduction of the SAAJ 1.3 spec.
The SAAJ Specification, version 1.1 was a maintenance release of the Java™ API for
XML Messaging (JAXM) 1.0 specification. JAXM 1.0 was the final deliverable of
JSR067 Expert Group (EG). The proposed changes specified in the JSR067 changelog
and accepted on 15 April 2002, have been incorporated into this document.
The proposed changes specified in the second JSR067 changelog and accepted on 23
April 2003, have been incorporated into this document as SAAJ Specification,
The proposed changes specified in the third JSR067 changelog have been
incorporated into this document as SAAJ Specification, version 1.3
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