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a jax-rpc as a client of an axis2 + rampart

maestro dolor
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Hi,
In this article http://www.javaranch.com/journal/200709/web-services-authentication-axis2.html appears:

I will present two kinds of WS clients, one using the SAAJ API which was also discussed in the first article, the other one using Axis own API. Axis 2 no longer supports JAX-RPC, so that client is missing here (JAX-RPC is being replaced by JAX-WS, but that's not yet supported by Axis).

but the official wssd4 says:

WSS4J will use Apache Axis and Apache XML-Security projects and will be interoperable with JAX-RPC based server/clients and .NET server/clients.

I don´t understand very well this...Rampart is an wss4j wrapper, and ¿jax-rpc should works on it (like a client) or not?

I can´t find any example with a jaxrpc client of a wssdj service, or an axis2 service,

could anyone give information about that?
thanks..
 
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