Hi Lasantha
 
So isnt there a standard way to do that? If else, how does Geronimo does it?
 
-Bharath

 
On 1/25/07, Lasantha Ranaweera <lasantha@opensource.lk> wrote:
Hi,

Do you need Geronimo specific way of working or not? I think this might
be application server specific.

Thanks,
Lasantha

Bharath Ganesh wrote:
> Hi Lin
>
> webservices.xml with namepace and version <webservices
> xmlns="http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/j2ee " version="1.1"> would certainly
> mean it has to be jax-rpc based.
>
> But with namespace & version <webservices
> xmlns=" http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/javaee" ... version="1.2" does not
> mean it has to be jax-ws based.
> It could be jax-rpc based also since WebServices for J2EE 1.2 supports
> both jax-ws and jax-rpc based web services. There could be two
> webservice-descriptions in the same webservices.xml(1.2) and one of
> them could be jax-rpc based and one be jax-ws based. (spec says)
>
> But how does the deployer configure whether it is jax-ws based or
> jax-rpc based.
>
> Thoughts?
>
> -Bharath
> http://jroller.com/page/bharath
>
>
>
> On 1/25/07, *Lin Sun* < linsun.unc@gmail.com
> <mailto:linsun.unc@gmail.com>> wrote:
>
>     Hi, I just looked at JSR 109 too per your concern.  Seems we
>     should use the
>     value of the XML namespace(xmlns) defined in webservices.xml to
>     determine if
>     this is JAX-RPC or not.  For example, if it has:
>
>     <webservices xmlns=" http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/j2ee" version="1.1">
>
>     Then it is JAX-RPC.
>
>     If it has:
>
>     <webservices xmlns=" http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/javaee" ...
>     version="1.2"
>
>     Then it is JAX-WS.
>
>     Thoughts?
>
>     Lin
>     ________________________________________
>     From: Bharath Ganesh [mailto:bharathganesh@gmail.com
>     <mailto:bharathganesh@gmail.com>]
>     Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2007 7:19 AM
>     To: user@geronimo.apache.org <mailto:user@geronimo.apache.org>
>     Subject: Configuring if JAX-WS or JAX-RPC based
>
>     Hi
>     I was just trying out some JSR 109(Webservcies for Java EE 1.2) web
>     servcies. I wanted to know if there is a standard way be means of
>     which I
>     can tell the container whether my EJB/ Java class exposed as a web
>     service
>     is a JAX-WS webservice or a JAX-RPC webservice.
>     Obviously if my module did not have a webservices.xml it means my web
>     service has to be JAX-WS based. But think of the case when I havethe
>     deployment descriptorto override the annotations. In such a case
>     how can
>     the container decide whether to use jax-rpc or jax-ws?
>     Also the spec says if the webservices.xml has a
>     jaxrpc-mapping-file defined,
>     it would ignore this file for JAX-WS webservices, which is
>     correct. So the
>     presence/absence of JAX-RPC mapping file does not seem to be the
>     criteria
>     for determing if its JAX-WS/JAX-RPC.
>     So what else is the criteria?
>
>     Thanks
>     Bharath
>     http://jroller.com/page/bharath
>
>
>
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