Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

javax.xml.ws
Class WebServiceFeature

java.lang.Object
  extended by javax.xml.ws.WebServiceFeature
Direct Known Subclasses:
AddressingFeature, MTOMFeature, RespectBindingFeature

public abstract class WebServiceFeature
extends Object

A WebServiceFeature is used to represent a feature that can be enabled or disabled for a web service.

The JAX-WS specification will define some standard features and JAX-WS implementors are free to define additional features if necessary. Vendor specific features may not be portable so caution should be used when using them. Each Feature definition MUST define a public static final String ID that can be used in the Feature annotation to refer to the feature. This ID MUST be unique across all features of all vendors. When defining a vendor specific feature ID, use a vendor specific namespace in the ID string.

Since:
2.1
See Also:
RespectBindingFeature, AddressingFeature, MTOMFeature

Field Summary
protected  boolean enabled
          Specifies if the feature is enabled or disabled
 
Constructor Summary
protected WebServiceFeature()
           
 
Method Summary
abstract  String getID()
          Get the unique identifier for this WebServiceFeature.
 boolean isEnabled()
          Returns true if this feature is enabled.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Field Detail

enabled

protected boolean enabled
Specifies if the feature is enabled or disabled

Constructor Detail

WebServiceFeature

protected WebServiceFeature()
Method Detail

getID

public abstract String getID()
Get the unique identifier for this WebServiceFeature.

Returns:
the unique identifier for this feature.

isEnabled

public boolean isEnabled()
Returns true if this feature is enabled.

Returns:
true if and only if the feature is enabled .

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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