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How to consume this asynchronous web service?

 
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I want to invoke the asynchronous web service that is implemented by BPEL as following:

This is the WSDL of this service.


This is the BPEL of this service. (If you want to implement, if not you can skip the following code.)


To note that, both request and response of this service are one way operation.
How do I write a Java web service (by e.g. JAX-WS, JAXB, etc.) to invoke this kind of asynchronous call back operation ("AsynchronousServiceCallBack" operation)?

Thank you in advance.

Regards,

W. Pacharoen
 
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