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Handlers & JAX-WS

Deepika Joshi
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I am new to Java Web Servies and preparing for JWS Cert 1.5 which covers JAX-WS (instead of JAX-RPC)

I am reading from RMH book, and there is a chapter in JAX-RPC Section for Handlers.

PLEASE let me know if reading this chapter (Handlers) would be useful while preparing for JAX-WS.
Does JAX-WS uses the same interception technique as JAX-RPC.

Thanks.
Ulf Dittmer
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JAX-WS handlers are different from JAX-RPC handlers, although the concept of course is the same. See http://www.coderanch.com/t/223670/Web-Services/java/Deploy-JAXWS-Mustang-WS-Tomcat#1052759 for some (very brief) info on how to use them.


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Deepika Joshi
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Thanks a lot for reply.
I am aware of concept of interceptors, I learned it while learning EJB 3.0.

Thanks for the link also. It's helpful.

 
 
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