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hello

i am planning to create a web service endpoint using the provider interface ( @WebServiceProvider ) and right now i am tryieng to evaluate this approach . for that can any one please give me answers to the following questions

1) can we use @WebServiceProvider to create a web service from an existing statless session bean . meaning can i use bothe @WebServiceProvidrer and @Stateless at the same time

2) i have tried to make a web service using the provider interface but the container never generates a WSDL file and by the way i am using glassfish v3.1 . so why it cant generate a WSDL file

3) do you know any disadvantages for using this approach

thanks in advance
 
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