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what is Async response bean generated by wsimport?

 
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I tried Martin Kalin's TimeServer example in Chapter 1:



I use this external binding to make getTimeAsString as an async method:




According to MZ's notes, wsimport will generate async response bean. But I don't see any response bean classes generated instead I see this from the generated artifact:


So, my question is what is the asyn response bean? I don't think GetTimeAsStringResponse is the asyn response bean.
 
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I don't think GetTimeAsStringResponse is the asyn response bean.


It actually is the response bean

From JAX-WS:

Polling method A polling method returns a typed Response<ResponseBean> that may be polled using methods inherited from Future<T> to determine when the operation has completed and to retrieve the results. See below for further details on ResponseBean.

Callback method A callback method takes an additional final parameter that is an instance of a typed AsyncHandler<ResponseBean> and returns a wildcard Future<?> that may be polled to determine when the operation has completed. The object returned from Future<?>.get() has no standard type. Client code should not attempt to cast the object to any particular type as this will result in non-portable behavior.

 
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