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How the JAX-WS internally Works

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Dear Java Ranchers,

I am learning web service using jax-ws . At the client side of webservice we use wsimport tool that generates stub/proxy . We call methods on the proxy and internally it handles things like remote web method invocation , converting request into a SOAP message etc.

And when developing a web service we just use annotation @WebService and it all does the magic of exposing a class as a web service. After deploying the application on glassfish server the WSDL is also generated. I read somewhere that it is the glassfish that generates the WSDL. Does that mean glassfish implements all the annotations in javax.jws package.
Who does the work of translating a soap request back to a local method call at web service side.
How the SOAP message converts to Java Objects. and how the SOAP message transferred via HTTP.

Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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