Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Package
javax.xml.ws

Packages that use javax.xml.ws
javax.xml.ws This package contains the core JAX-WS APIs. 
javax.xml.ws.handler This package defines APIs for message handlers. 
javax.xml.ws.http This package defines APIs specific to the HTTP binding. 
javax.xml.ws.soap This package defines APIs specific to the SOAP binding. 
javax.xml.ws.spi This package defines SPIs for JAX-WS. 
javax.xml.ws.wsaddressing This package defines APIs related to WS-Addressing. 
 

Classes in javax.xml.ws used by javax.xml.ws
AsyncHandler
          The AsyncHandler interface is implemented by clients that wish to receive callback notification of the completion of service endpoint operations invoked asynchronously.
Binding
          The Binding interface is the base interface for JAX-WS protocol bindings.
BindingProvider
          The BindingProvider interface provides access to the protocol binding and associated context objects for request and response message processing.
Dispatch
          The Dispatch interface provides support for the dynamic invocation of a service endpoint operations.
Endpoint
          A Web service endpoint.
EndpointReference
          This class represents an WS-Addressing EndpointReference which is a remote reference to a web service endpoint.
Response
          The Response interface provides methods used to obtain the payload and context of a message sent in response to an operation invocation.
Service
          Service objects provide the client view of a Web service.
Service.Mode
          The orientation of a dynamic client or service.
WebServiceException
          The WebServiceException class is the base exception class for all JAX-WS API runtime exceptions.
WebServiceFeature
          A WebServiceFeature is used to represent a feature that can be enabled or disabled for a web service.
 

Classes in javax.xml.ws used by javax.xml.ws.handler
LogicalMessage
          The LogicalMessage interface represents a protocol agnostic XML message and contains methods that provide access to the payload of the message.
 

Classes in javax.xml.ws used by javax.xml.ws.http
Binding
          The Binding interface is the base interface for JAX-WS protocol bindings.
ProtocolException
          The ProtocolException class is a base class for exceptions related to a specific protocol binding.
WebServiceException
          The WebServiceException class is the base exception class for all JAX-WS API runtime exceptions.
 

Classes in javax.xml.ws used by javax.xml.ws.soap
Binding
          The Binding interface is the base interface for JAX-WS protocol bindings.
ProtocolException
          The ProtocolException class is a base class for exceptions related to a specific protocol binding.
WebServiceException
          The WebServiceException class is the base exception class for all JAX-WS API runtime exceptions.
WebServiceFeature
          A WebServiceFeature is used to represent a feature that can be enabled or disabled for a web service.
 

Classes in javax.xml.ws used by javax.xml.ws.spi
Dispatch
          The Dispatch interface provides support for the dynamic invocation of a service endpoint operations.
Endpoint
          A Web service endpoint.
EndpointReference
          This class represents an WS-Addressing EndpointReference which is a remote reference to a web service endpoint.
Service.Mode
          The orientation of a dynamic client or service.
WebServiceFeature
          A WebServiceFeature is used to represent a feature that can be enabled or disabled for a web service.
 

Classes in javax.xml.ws used by javax.xml.ws.wsaddressing
EndpointReference
          This class represents an WS-Addressing EndpointReference which is a remote reference to a web service endpoint.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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