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mohan vali
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Hi,

Can we deploy a webservice that uses SOAPElement developed in IBM RAD 6.0 on JBoss 4.x?

will there be any issues?

Did any of do that before?

Appreciate you help here.

Thanks.

mohan
 
Rr Kumaran
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"SOAPElement developed in IBM RAD 6.0" ... what do you mean by this ? If there is any JAX-RPC implementation of IBM then it may be incompatible with JBoss. Use AXIS instead if that is really a problem.
 
mohan vali
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Hi Kumaran,

I am working on a document oriented web service.

I have to use xsd:any in WSDL. When I used this WSDL for generating skeleton classes in RAD, it is gave me SOAPElement as the argument for one of the methods. we are planning to deploy this WS in JBoss.

will there be any issues?

Because, IBM uses its own soap run time enviroment, and JBoss uses Apache axis, I am little skeptic about this process.

Can any one help me here?


Venkat.
 
Dave Salter
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I'm not sure if this helps, but JBoss Web Services are BP 1.0 compliant. So if what you are doing is BP 1.0 compliant also, you should be OK.
[ September 14, 2005: Message edited by: Dave Salter ]
 
mohan vali
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Thanks for your reply, Dave.

Do you know how to bind an XML document (recieved through a SOAPElement using xsd:any) to JAXB frame work. is it possible in WSAD/RAD?
 
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