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In sections 1.1 and 1.2 of MZ's notes for Web Services EE 6 cert guide, he mentions the webservices.xml deployment descriptor. Do we need to understand the webservices.xml deployment descriptor and how to use it for the EE 6 version of the exam? It's not mentioned in Java Web Services: Up and Running by Martin Kalin nor is it mentioned in the JAX-WS v2.2 spec. I can't find much info on it.

Your help is appreciated. Thanks.
 
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Ajay,

The mimimal knowledge you must have about webservices.xml is how the JAX-WS annotations and its attributes are mapped to the elements in the webservices.xml deployment descriptor.

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Ajay,

Don't spend to much time on it though. I didn't get any questions about the webservices.xml at all.

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