The wsimport tool of JAX-WS has added a -p
option. This option is used to specify the package that the generated artifacts should be generated into. This option eliminates the need to write a customization to do the same task.
For example, two customization files to specify that the package for a WSDL would be similar to the following:
custSchema - customizes the package that generated...
Sun plans to implement the WS-* specifications that will greatly improve interoperability with .Net and the Windows Communication Framework (WCF/Indigo). The implementation of these specifications will be built on top of JAX-WS.
You can read the press release from Sun about this at:
JAX-WS has been feature complete for a...
A new JAX-WS project has been created on Java.net. This project is for the reference implementation of JSR 224 that Java API for XML Web Services.
Originally JAX-WS 2.0 was named JAX-RPC 2.0 and was part of the JAX-RPC Java.net project. Even after JAX-RPC 2.0 was renamed to JAX-WS 2.0 (see my blog) the two projects continued to share the JAX-RPC project. To clarify that these are in fact two...