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Couple of questions on webservices

1. When we use javax.xml.ws.Endpoint API to publish a web service endpoint should my code be running in an Application Client Container?

2. "Both POJOs and EJBs that conform to the service implementation bean requirements can be deployed as Web services. This is a big improvement over J2EE 1.4, which has two different bean specifications´┐Żone for EJB deployment (which requires a Web service to be implemented with the stateless session bean interfaces) and one for Web container (servlet) deployment" - SOA using Java WS.

Does that mean that my POJO's can be deployed either as a Servlet or EJB endpoints based on the annotation?

Thank you.
 
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