Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

javax.xml.ws
Annotation Type Action


@Documented
@Retention(value=RUNTIME)
@Target(value=METHOD)
public @interface Action

The Action annotation allows explicit association of a WS-Addressing Action message addressing property with input, output, and fault messages of the mapped WSDL operation.

In this version of JAX-WS there is no standard way to specify Action values in a WSDL and there is no standard default value. It is intended that, after the W3C WG on WS-Addressing has defined these items in a recommendation, a future version of JAX-WS will require the new standards.

Since:
JAX-WS 2.1
See Also:
Addressing, FaultAction

Optional Element Summary
 FaultAction[] fault
          Explicit value of the WS-Addressing Action message addressing property for the fault message(s) of the operation.
 String input
          Explicit value of the WS-Addressing Action message addressing property for the input message of the operation.
 String output
          Explicit value of the WS-Addressing Action message addressing property for the output message of the operation.
 

input

public abstract String input
Explicit value of the WS-Addressing Action message addressing property for the input message of the operation.

Default:
""

output

public abstract String output
Explicit value of the WS-Addressing Action message addressing property for the output message of the operation.

Default:
""

fault

public abstract FaultAction[] fault
Explicit value of the WS-Addressing Action message addressing property for the fault message(s) of the operation. Each exception that is mapped to a fault and requires an explicit WS-Addressing Action message addressing property, needs to be specified as a value in this property using FaultAction annotation.

Default:
{}

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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