If anyone knows where the JWSDP 1.6 tutorial is, can you please provide me the link to download?
There are several doubts for me on the concepts behind running the JAX-RPC examples of JWSDP 1.6 on Sun App Server 8. For example when I tried to inspect the jaxrpc-HelloWorld.war sample war file contents. The things which confused me are: 1. The .wsdl file is present directly under WEB-INF as against to WEB-INF/wsdl folder. 2. There are couple of other .xml files which I never read in my RMH book.
To understand the above and to build and deploy my own jax-rpc webservices, I have to refer the JWSDP1.6 tutorial.
I fully know that JWSDP 2.0 with JEE1.5 and Sun App Server 9 are the latest ones people are following (atleast who are advanced). But I feel working on JWSDP 1.6 is good to start.
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