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HI ranchers, can anyone clear this doubt on default case of WS-Addressing for both Web Service providers and clients

http://java.boot.by/ocewsd6-guide/ch12.html says WS-Addressing is enabled for web service providers by default

For web service clients, WS-Addressing support is disabled by default. For web service providers, WS-Addressing support is enabled by default.



But then Oracle docs says that WS-Addressing is disabled by default for Web Service endpoints

By default, WS-Addressing is disabled on a Web service endpoint, and any WS-Addressing headers received are ignored.

 
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In such a case you should check the JAX-WS specifications: what do they say?
 
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