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Explanation of JAX-WS artifacts

 
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Hi everyone,
I have had a chance to manage the first simple web service application but a lot of code is generated as JAX-WS Artifacts.So now I'm trying to understand them.

Can somebody give me the clear guidance to understand these artifacts easily.and why each one of them is generated,How these generated artifact are useful in terms of running web services.How these generated artifacts are interact each other.

Thanks & regards,

Nuwan Arambage.
 
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Nuwan,

Another good IBM documentation, even though it's WebSphere specific at Generating Java artifacts for JAX-WS applications.

Regards,
Dan

 
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Dan Drillich wrote:Nuwan,

Another good IBM documentation, even though it's WebSphere specific at Generating Java artifacts for JAX-WS applications.

Regards,
Dan

yes dan, I have run through the document that you provided however I couldn't find what I want to know.In a nutshell, I do know(not a expert) to generate artifacts for a simple web service. My question is this, What they are suppose to do,what interaction they maintain to keep web service run.It's my pleasure if you give a better reference about this matter.

Thanks & regards,

Nuwan Arambage

 
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