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JAX WS Web Service

 
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Hi All,

I am developing a Jax-WS web service using Spring WS (using RSA 7.5 and Java 1.6, Spring 3.0). I've a doubt if we can call webservice developed using JAX WS from a client which is developed in J2EE 1.4 or Java 1.4.



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If you adhare to WSDL standards then versions and even programming langauages are no bar.
You can do so most certainly.........
 
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Hi Shahank,
Yes you can as long as you stick to SOAP 1.1 because JAX-RPC1.1 API(J2EE 1.4 Web Services API) doesn't know SOAP1.2.
 
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Thanks Naren and Shashank

So this means that I can call JAX WS WebService from a JAX RPC client(jee 1.4 only supports JAX RPC)?

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Amit
 
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JAX-WS, JAX-RPC and SAAJ are just different Java APIs that can be used on one or on both sides of a WS connection. Your J2EE 1.4 tools should have no problems creating Java client code that accesses a WS that's implemented using JAX-WS.
 
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Thanks Ulf,

your reply was very clear , It helped a lot.
 
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