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one question about RMH's web services book

 
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He mentioned in the book about using generated client stubs in J2EE component. The example used JNDI to locate the service stub. I think it is a nice way to do which provides loose coupling. But in my real environment, I was not able to implement the example.
Any guru here can explain how to set up my JNDI naming environment?
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I missed the point. Anyway, any server supporting JSR 109 will give us that functionality ... (webserviceclient.xml)
[ May 06, 2004: Message edited by: Edy Yu ]
[ May 06, 2004: Message edited by: Edy Yu ]
 
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