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can J2SE be a server-side JAX-RPC implementation?

 
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From the JAX-RPC specification I cannot understand whether it allows J2SE application to be a valid JAX-RPC SERVER-side implementation. Page 23 of the specification seems to be contraversary about it... Can anybody help? Thanks in advance!
 
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You have implement WS in a simple java class, right? :roll:
 
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Originally posted by Pradeep Bhat:
You have implement WS in a simple java class, right? :roll:



No, no, no... I am not talking about my particular web service. I am asking about web services engine (server side implementation), in which all web services are run.

JAX-RPC specifies servlet and J2EE containers as server side implementations. They also say something unclear about J2SE: "the use of the servlet container must not preclude any J2SE implementation of JAX-RPC runtime system"...
 
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I am certainly not aware of any J2SE implementation of a JAX-RPC server, and given the orientation of J2EE 1.4 with JSR 109 I would doubt that there will be one ever built.

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Originally posted by Kyle Brown:
I am certainly not aware of any J2SE implementation of a JAX-RPC server, and given the orientation of J2EE 1.4 with JSR 109 I would doubt that there will be one ever built.
Kyle



Kyle, thanks for your response and your great book! I cannot agree more with you - there hardly exists any J2SE implementation. But my question is more theoretical, than practical. I am preparing for Web services certification and just want to understand JAX-RPC specification - whether it allows this type of runtime or not. From the specification it is not obvious, because in one place they say "yes", while below it seems like "no"...
 
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At my company we use the Java Web Services Developer Pack to deploy JAX-RPC web services running under J2SE 1.4.

I'm not sure if that answers your question or muddies the water.
 
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