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From "Glen Daniels" <gdani...@macromedia.com>
Subject JWS musings
Date Thu, 10 May 2001 23:07:42 GMT
JWS files should be able to have metadata which can help the deployer do
interesting things...

If my class has a static final Strings called _WS_METHODS, say, maybe I can
choose which of my methods are exposed.  It might also be useful to have a
_WS_SERVICENAME member, which would allow me to deploy this class as a
different service name (this would require a deployment step, but still be way
easier than writing WSDD).

Alternative - look for <classname>.wsd (web service deployment) in the same
directory as the .jws file - this is a property file which the server can look
at an glean various bits of information about JWS deployed services.  For now,
exposed methods seems the obvious one, but there may be other useful pieces of
metadata as well.

Opinions?

--Glen






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