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when we depploy the Web service in java there r two ways of doing so.
1) deploy it as jws.
2) deploy it using wsdd file.

it is said that in wsdd way we get more control over the service we r deploying.
exactly what it means?
what r other advantages of using wsdd way to deploy the service than jws way?
 
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a. if we are transferring any custom types then we need to and so can explicitly specify them in wsdd

b. choose our stubs file names, wsdl file names etc.

c. register any handlers if any for logging, security etc.
 
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