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vikas jain
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If we have more than one bindings ( document/literal and RPC/literal) for a single portType.

Then by using the method Service.getPort(Class), is it possible to get a stub that is for a particular message/mode. And if yes where we keep that mapping.

also, what is the use of <port-comonent-ref> element. Is this useful only when the J2EE web service is deployed in the same J2EE application.
 
Peer Reynders
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This material is only relevant if you are accessing a web service through a dynamic proxy (RMH p338), rather than a static stub or DII.

With a dynamic proxy there is no <service-interface> inside <service-ref> (dynamic proxies implement javax.xml.rpc.Service) which would also define the endpoint interface - so <service-endpoint-interface> is defined inside <port-component-ref> for dynamic proxies. If your application accesses multiple web service endpoints then the endpoint interface is the only distinguishing feature between them - so when you use java.rmi.Remote javax.xml.rpc.Service.getPort(Class) you have to specify the interface to be implemented which in turn identifies the web service endpoint.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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