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Souvik Dasgupta
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I had annotated my service with @MTOM and it is working perfectly. But I noticed in the WSDL the below chunk:



Is this something which will always come in any @MTOM annotated service? Also what policy does it specify?


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Frits Walraven
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Souvik Dasgupta wrote:Is this something which will always come in any @MTOM annotated service? Also what policy does it specify?

Yes, this indicates that the behavior indicated by the assertion is optional, specifically that non-MTOM-encoded exchanges are also supported by the endpoint.
Souvik Dasgupta
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Thanks Frits
 
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