Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6
Class RespectBindingFeature

  extended by
      extended by

public final class RespectBindingFeature
extends WebServiceFeature

This feature clarifies the use of the wsdl:binding in a JAX-WS runtime.

This feature is only useful with web services that have an associated WSDL. Enabling this feature requires that a JAX-WS implementation inspect the wsdl:binding for an endpoint at runtime to make sure that all wsdl:extensions that have the required attribute set to true are understood and are being used.

The following describes the affects of this feature with respect to be enabled or disabled:

JAX-WS 2.1
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Field Summary
static String ID
          Constant value identifying the RespectBindingFeature
Fields inherited from class
Constructor Summary
          Creates an RespectBindingFeature.
RespectBindingFeature(boolean enabled)
          Creates an RespectBindingFeature
Method Summary
 String getID()
          Get the unique identifier for this WebServiceFeature.
Methods inherited from class
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait

Field Detail


public static final String ID
Constant value identifying the RespectBindingFeature

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Constant Field Values
Constructor Detail


public RespectBindingFeature()
Creates an RespectBindingFeature. The instance created will be enabled.


public RespectBindingFeature(boolean enabled)
Creates an RespectBindingFeature

enabled - specifies whether this feature should be enabled or not.
Method Detail


public String getID()
Get the unique identifier for this WebServiceFeature.

Specified by:
getID in class WebServiceFeature
the unique identifier for this feature.

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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