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which java stack to use for multithread JAXWS web services client

 
Meir Yan
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i need to build multi threaded web service client that based on jaxws framework as the ws provider.
this client will send ws request to different endpoint .
and in each end point it will send to same ws function different parameters and it will return the answer in sync way.
is there any framework that i can build on that will handle me the thread pool and the connections .
or do i need to build the server my self ? the client needs to be kind of server because it will do checks ( on local db ) with a thread that iterate and checks for updates in local db.
how do i need to approach such task .
Thanks
 
Ivan Krizsan
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Hi!
Metro deployed to Tomcat or GlassFish will suffice.
In fact, I suspect that any web service stack that adheres to the JAX-WS standard and can be run in a servlet container will also suffice.
You do not have to implement the server yourself, since this will be taken care of by the servlet container.
Best wishes!
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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