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Hi I have a JAXRPC service already in function...

I want to make this service as an asynchronous one.At present request-response is happening at one go.There might be some situations in my case where the response actually should come at some later point of time...

How do I go about building an asynchronous service...

Please help me out.

Thanks in advance....


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For my SOAP book, I built examples using email, Java Message Service (JMS) and JavaSpaces. The best toolkits keep the message creation layer separate from the transport layer.
Anything that can move an XML formatted text message from one place to another can be the transport layer, your choices are wide open.
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