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java 1.6 and jax-ws

 
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hi

jax-ws is supposed to be include in java 1.6

why i don't find jaxws library and jaxws-tools.jar
 
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It's part of JEE6, but it's not part of the SDK. Which are you using?
 
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JAX-WS is indeed part of Java SE 6. Its classes can be found along with all the other JRE classes; in my Java installation it's all in a file called "classes.jar", but I suppose that could be different for other JREs.

If you intend to use those classes independently of the JRE they're distributed with you're probably better off downloading the JAX-WS RI - which has those jar files you mentioned. Be aware that the JAX-WS RI is most likely newer than what's distributed with the JRE, so using them together may be problematic.
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:JAX-WS is indeed part of Java SE 6.


Ah, sorry. My mistake. Just ignore me.....
 
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ok thanks

so i will check if mtom is include in java 1.6
 
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