Chapter 3 Service Endpoint Design
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Some Enterprise Bean
SomeBean
com.a.b.c.SomeIntf
com.a.b.c.SomeServiceEJB
Stateless
Container
...
Code Example 3.22
ejb jar.xml
 File for an EJB Service Endpoint
Next, the details of the port are specified. The Web service deployment
descriptor, called 
webservices.xml
, defines and declares the structural details for
the port of a Web service. This file contains the following information:
  A logical name for the port that is also unique among all port components 
(
port component name
 element)
  The service endpoint interface for the port (
service endpoint interface
element)
  The name of the class that implements the service interface 
(
service impl bean
 element)
  The WSDL file for the service (
wsdl file
 element)
  A 
QName
 for the port 
(wsdl port
 element)
  A correlation between WSDL definitions and actual Java interfaces and defi 
nitions using the mapping file (
jaxrpc mapping file
 element)
  Optional details on any handlers
The reference to the service implementation bean, specified using the
service impl bean
 element in 
webservices.xml
, is either a 
servlet link
 or an
ejb link
 depending on whether the endpoint is a JAX RPC or EJB service end 
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