Annotation Type WebServiceRefs

public @interface WebServiceRefs

The WebServiceRefs annotation allows multiple web service references to be declared at the class level.

It can be used to inject both service and proxy instances. These injected references are not thread safe. If the references are accessed by multiple threads, usual synchronization techinques can be used to support multiple threads.

There is no way to associate web service features with the injected instances. If an instance needs to be configured with web service features, use @WebServiceRef to inject the resource along with its features.

Example: The StockQuoteProvider proxy instance, and the StockQuoteService service instance are injected using @WebServiceRefs.

    @WebServiceRefs({@WebServiceRef(name="service/stockquoteservice", value=StockQuoteService.class),
                     @WebServiceRef(name="service/stockquoteprovider", type=StockQuoteProvider.class, value=StockQuoteService.class})
    public class MyClient {
        void init() {
            Context ic = new InitialContext();
            StockQuoteService service = (StockQuoteService) ic.lookup("java:comp/env/service/stockquoteservice");
            StockQuoteProvider port = (StockQuoteProvider) ic.lookup("java:comp/env/service/stockquoteprovider");

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Required Element Summary
 WebServiceRef[] value
          Array used for multiple web service reference declarations.

Element Detail


public abstract WebServiceRef[] value
Array used for multiple web service reference declarations.

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