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From Yunxi Zhang <>
Subject RE: how to deploy out-only and out-in in the services.xml file
Date Mon, 08 Aug 2011 11:58:49 GMT

Hi, Deepal,
Thank you for your reply. 
What i am confused is that if I want to write out only or out-in services, is the <messageReceiver>
block still the correct block to write in the services.xml file or is there any different
blocks can be used?
Where can i get the original java resource  about the class like RawXMLINOutMessageReceiver?
Cos I have no idea how to write such a class.
Many thanks
Date: Sun, 7 Aug 2011 21:47:57 -0400
Subject: Re: how to deploy out-only and out-in in the services.xml file


    Out-in or out only services mean that the service sends messages
    without receiving any requests. So for me it is like a client.
    Anyway, for that you need to have mep as out-in mep and need to
    write your own message receiver. 




    Hi, guys,

      I just found that instruction on Axis2 is all about how to
        deploy in-only or in-out in the services.xml file. But if i want
        to deploy a out-only or and out-in service, how should i write
        that in the services.xml file? 

      For instance, similar to <messageReceiver> block in
        in-only services below:
        <messageReceiver mep="" 
        <messageReceiver mep="">

      I guess
          the block may be different along with the attributes inside,
          even with the class. And  where can i find the relevant class
          for my purpose?




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