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Posted by kohlert on April 26, 2005 at 5:43 PM PDT

The JAX-RPC 2.0 SI has been re-architectured since 1.1. The new architecture will make it easier to add new capabilities in the future.

The new architecture allows for:

Multiple Transports
  - EA currently supports HTTP
Multiple Encodings
  - EA supports XML as text.
  - The next EA will include MTOM/XOP and Fast Infoset
Multiple Protocols
  - EA supports SOAP 1.1
  - The next EA will include SOAP 1.2

The next EA due out before JavaOne will also have a dynamic runtime. This means no more stubs/ties,
serializers, deserializers etc. All artifacts generated
by the JAX-RPC SI will be 100% portable to other JAX-RPC
2.0 implementations. I will blog about this again when the next release is available.

Arun Gupta has blogged about how the current JAX-RPC 2.0
EA can be deployed ontop of JWSDP 1.5. You can read his blog at: JAX-RPC 2.0 EA on JWSDP 1.5

You can dowload the current EA at: here.

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