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JBoss® 4.0 The Official Guide by JBoss, Inc., Norman Richards, Scott Stark, Mark Fleury

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Chapter 12. Web Services

IN THIS CHAPTER

The biggest new feature of J2EE 1.4 is the ability of J2EE components to act both as web service providers and consumers. J2EE applications can expose a web service from the Enterprise JavaBean (EJB) tier using a stateless session bean or from the web tier using a plain Java object. Additionally, both server-side components and J2EE client applications have a standard way of declaring references to external web services.

JAX-RPC Service Endpoints

JAX-RPC service endpoints (JSE) provide web services from the web tier. They take the form of simple Java objects that masquerade as servlets. A trivial

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