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flow for a jax rpc service

 
Saxena Sajal
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Hi,

For a middleware system developed on ejb based jax-rpc service what will be flow for a soap over http call and a soap over jms call.
I am always confused in figuring the entry point..
 
Roger Sterling
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SOAP = the structure of the payload, therefore for both transport types, the structure of the payload is identical.

"over JMS" means the payload is presented to the computational logic as a JMS message.

"over http" means the payload is presented to the computational logic as a web service message.
 
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Thanks for the reply Roger.
I would like to explain a bit more on the scenario.

Say i have a ejb project and a web project as an ear. Along with these two projects i do have a JMSRouter (to support soap over jms) a HTTPRouter(to support soap over http) and a service project too. This service project has the WSDL and the ejb which need to be invoked by the client. All these are in the same EAR.

Soap over Http :-

1. Client requests directly hit my service project's WSDL . Now what is the use of HTTPRouter , What kind of binding it has with the WSDL?

2. Does the request directly hit the WSDL or comes thru a HTTPRouter , If yes where is this information used to be in HTTPRouter?

3. What is the Role of a 'WebService Router Servlet(IBM implementation)' , How does it route ? I see the name of the servlet to be used in HTTPRouter and same in the ed point of wsdl too.


Soap Over JMS :-

1. How JMS Routers are attached with a message processing , say a listener on WAS listens to the message on queue kept by a client.
How this message is hitting the WSDL and from WSDL to ejb , This flow i do not understand.

is it something like client --> wsdl -- > jms router --> ejb

2. what all information of an end point of a soap over jms service has , How does it should look alike.
 
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Who developed this flow you are talking about ? Is there any design documentation ?
 
Saxena Sajal
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May be I am not able to frame the question properly.sorry abt dat.
 
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