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Steve Killeen
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Would I be correct in saying that when you have compiled a java web service, the ties and stubs that are generated by the wscompile/wsdeploy tools are RMI based.
From my understanding a message is generated by the application sent to the proxy object (the tie or stub) and then passed into the JAX-RPC runtime, where it is transformed into SOAP and sent across the wire.
If the ties and stubs are based on RMI then I would asume that the message sent from the stub/tie to the JAX-RPC runtime is sent as Java Remote Method Protocol (JRMP). The runtime then converts the JRMP into SOAP. Is this correct?
 
Kyle Brown
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No you wouldn't be correct in that statement. RMI does not enter in to the mix at all. It does not generate RMI stubs and ties, it instead generates similar classes specific to SOAP.
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