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Lucas Smith
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hi
I am not familiar with ws. I have a question. Will that be possible if I want to pass an array of primitives to ws? Is passing the same as in RMI


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Ulf Dittmer
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For interoperability, you should not use Java collection, but using arrays is fine. If the array elements conform to JavaBean semantics, then JAXB (the XML <---> Java mapping technology used by JAX-WS) should have no problems with them.


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