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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Programming Advanced Features of JAX-RPC Web Services for Oracle WebLogic Server
11g Release 1 (10.3.6)

Part Number E13735-06
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1 Introduction

This chapter summarizes the advanced WebLogic Java API for XML-based RPC (JAX-RPC) features that are described in this document. This document is a resource for software developers who program advanced features for JAX-RPC.

Table 1-1 Programming Advanced Features Using JAX-RPC

Advanced Feature Description

Chapter 2, "Invoking a Web Service Using Asynchronous Request-Response"

Invoke a Web service asynchronously.

Chapter 3, "Using Web Services Reliable Messaging"

Create a reliable Web service, as specified by the WS-ReliableMessaging specification, and then create a client Web services that invokes the reliable Web service.

Chapter 4, "Creating Conversational Web Services"

Create a conversational Web service which communicates with a client.

Chapter 6, "Using the Asynchronous Features Together"

Use the asynchronous features, such as reliable messaging, asynchronous request-response, and conversations, together in a single Web service.

Chapter 7, "Using Callbacks to Notify Clients of Events"

Notify a client of a Web service that an event has happened by programming a callback.

Chapter 5, "Creating Buffered Web Services"

Create a buffered Web service, which is a simpler type of reliable Web service that one specified by the WS-ReliableMessaging specification.

Chapter 8, "Using JMS Transport as the Connection Protocol"

Specify that JMS, rather than the default HTTP/S, is the connection protocol when invoking a Web service.

Chapter 9, "Creating and Using SOAP Message Handlers"

Create and configure SOAP message handlers for a Web service.

Chapter 10, "Using Database Web Services"

Create a database Web service using JDeveloper.

Chapter 11, "Publishing and Finding Web Services Using UDDI"

Use the UDDI features of WebLogic Web service.


For an overview of WebLogic Web services, standards, samples, and related documentation, see Introducing WebLogic Web Services for Oracle WebLogic Server.

For information about WebLogic Web service security, see Securing WebLogic Web Services for Oracle WebLogic Server.