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WS-RM Webservices

Imran Akbar
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Joined: May 06, 2010
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i have developed a web service client using JAX-WS for calling an external web services, which is working well so far.

now on server side they are going to implement WS-RM, will this changes make any affect on client?

if yes, what are the changed needed on client side to work?

Thanks in advance,
R Srini
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Joined: Feb 19, 2010
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Hi. You probably have the answer to your question by now but anyway ... please see this Introduction to WS-RM. To answer your question, yes, the client will need to add WS-RM specific headers to the messages.
Imran Akbar
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Thanks for the reply srini.

i got the new wsdl's from the external services which they have implemented the WS-RM policy, on first shot it gave the below fault




after switching jars from jax-ws to metro, the fault vanished.

i tested from netbeans level, have to check how it goes after deploying on Linux server.
R Srini
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Excellent!
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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