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satya ganesh
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I deployed a web service(5.1.2) in websphere using WSAD. I understand that the web service is being deployed as a servlet. In the web.xml - servlet mapping the servlet class is simply a implementation class for the PortType interface that extends javax.rmi.Remote interface. I am not able to see any HttpServlet class here.

How the server responds to HTTP requests if it doesnot have any Servlet class??
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