Extend JAX-RPC Web services using SOAP headers - XML - Introduction to XML

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Extend JAX-RPC Web services using SOAP headers
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Richard A. Sitze
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     This is an article where people can gather information about handling SOAP headers with JAX-RPC SOAP handlers. The author clearly explains about the performance of the JAX-RPC SOAP handlers in adding SOAP headers to an outgoing message and also in removing SOAP headers from the incoming message.In addition author also offers deployment models and JAX-RPC programmatic configuration and explains their functions in this process.

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