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JAX-RPC stands for Java API for XML-based RPC.

Java API for XML-based Remote Procedure Calls (JAX-RPC)

     

JAX-RPC stands for Java API for XML-based RPC. The RPC (Remote Procedure Call) is a mechanism that enables a remote procedure call from a client to be communicated to a remote server. JAX-RPC makes it easier for applications or Web services to call other applications or Web services. JAX-RPC provides a uniform APIs that enables developers to create Web service clients and access Web service servers based on SOAP. The current release of JAX-RPC requires the support of SOAP over HTTP for interoperability purposes. It works on steps:

  1. A java program invokes a method on a stub,
  2. Stub invokes routines in the JAX-RPC Runtime System,
  3. Runtime System converts the method into a SOAP message and transmits the message as an HTTP request.

 

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Posted on: November 18, 2009

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