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JAXWS : A Query with respect to JAX WS Annotations

Ravi Kiran Va
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Hi

This below line is taken from IBM tutorials .

The @WebService annotation marks a Java class as implementing a Web service or marks a service endpoint interface (SEI) as implementing a Web service interface.


can anybody please let me know what does this Line meant to be exactly

@WebService annotation marks a Java class as implementing a Web service


Thanks


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Ivan Krizsan
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Hi!
Ravi Kiran V wrote:
can anybody please let me know what does this Line meant to be exactly

@WebService annotation marks a Java class as implementing a Web service


The @WebService annotation tells the web service stack (that is handling web service stuff in the server to which the web service is deployed) that this class is a web service endpoint implementation class.
A web service endpoint implementation class is the first code in your application, except for any handlers, that is invoked when the web service endpoint in question receives a request.
Hope this helps!


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Ravi Kiran Va
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Thank you very much .
 
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