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Some questions about JAX-WS?

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I need to work on webservice project. So going through book to cover the basics of webservice project. But these are questions I am struggling with:-
1.Java API for XML Web Services(JAX-WS):- JAX-WS is nothing but just a java programming language API for creating web services which is now a part of core java starting from version 6 (though originally developed as part of Java Web Services Development Pack). Is it right?
2.All other webservices framework whether it is metro, jersey, glassfish uses the JAX-WS internally. Is it correct?
3.All webservices (SOAP) request are only http request (which internally containd soap document) ?
4.What is JAX-WS RI? From net I came to know that, it is a reference implementation of the JAX-WS specification. But then what is meaning of here reference implementation ? Is it just POC done using JAX-WS so that other people can refer it or its some pluggable component which we can directly use?
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