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is it compulsory to throw remote exception?.

 
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1.what happens if my Service class(or interface) doesn't extend java.rmi.remote and the method doesn't throw java.rmi.remoteException. is it compulsory to throw remote exception?.

2. my service is having complex types. so for the bean class i'm implementing Serializable. do i need to write deSerializable classes also?
 
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Hi!
What API or stack are you using when developing your service?
All the things you mention belong in pre-JAX-WS time, thus none of it is necessary if you are using JAX-WS.
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I used Axis 1.4 for developing the web service.
 
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