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encoding type in wsdl

 
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Hi,
I am very confused about exact meaning of these 4 combination.
(Document,Literal),(Document,encodning),(RPC,Literal),(RPC,Encoding).
Please help me out. Which one does JAX-RPC supports?

Regards,
Vivek
 
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See Which style of WSDL should I use?

JAX-RPC only supports RPC/encoded, RPC/literal, Document/literal

JAX-WS doesn't support RPC/encoded anymore because it often lead to interoperability problems.

Developers tend to prefer "RPC/literal" because of their familiarity with RPC.

However web services should be coarse grained so "Document/literal" should be preferred. There is also the wrapped document/literal convention.

This topic shows a conversion from an RPC/literal WSDL to a Document/Literal WSDL, then a Wrapped Document/Literal WSDL.
 
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