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inheriting a @WebMethod from a parent class.

 
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According to MZ's notes:


The BeanImp inherits the superMethod1 and this superMethod1 will be exposed as a web method.

But what if BeanImp wants to override superMethod1, but does not want to expose it as a web method ?
 
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If I'm getting you question correctly, just add @WebMethod annotation w/ exclude=true to the sub class method you want to hide. See below
 
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Thanks. That is one of the solution.
But I want BeanImp class to inherit the superMethod1() in Base class. I don't want to override superMethod1() in BeanImpl.
 
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If I understand, you don't want to expose superMethod1() as a web method in your BeanImp, and you don't want to change the implementation in the BeanImp?!

As far as I know, you can do what Noni Singh said and call the super method from inherited one! I believe in that way the method in BeanImp will not be exposed as a web method,
and you will get the complete implementation of the superMethod1() from the Base class.



Sorry if I misinterpreted the question.
 
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Thanks. I got it. Use super.superMethod1() to inherit the parent's method.
 
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