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learning WS by preping for exam

 
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I realized in the beta I most likely failed, And I did. (I have never done any webservices or much XML)

So I am studying for the next attempt by doing the WS tutorial and typing and attempting to type in and run the entire tutorial.



I am missing some fundimental piece of java/xml/scheema laws of physics.
(this is where my web app dev experience will hang me)



WebServices server handle xml documents from multiple scheemas. yes/no???

Is jaxb the J2EE 1.4 way of marshaling/validating/unmarshaling an xml document into java classes?

If I execute xjc while specifying the multiple scheema's how do I know the validation, marshaling, and un-marshaling will all work properly.
 
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further WS tutorial jaxb compilier restrictions.
Could someone explaint what most of this sction is saying.
When do I use the -p option?
How do I specify a target name space?

What is a <jaxb:schemaBindings>? and why cannot have more than 1 <jaxb:schemaBindings> per name space?
 
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