In the JAX-WS programming model to develop a web services client you would
compile the deployed WSDL using
wsimport and then at runtime the same WSDL is used to determine binding
information. The runtime accesses the WSDL over the
network, but sometimes because of the size of the WSDL or for whatever reason
(such as you want to edit it to fix workaround some bug,...
I have pushed JAX-WS RI 2.1.2
M1 release. This milestone release has some important bug fixes and some
JMX Agent on the server side
.NET 2.0/WSE 3.0 MTOM interop
Woodstox support. See
Santiago's blog for detail on how to enable Woodstox.
These are the
bug fixes in this release. See the
detail on JAX-WS 2.1.2 plan. This release is integrated and tested...