As I’ve worked through the process of making this work, I’ve come to realize that there really isn’t much difference between the static wsdl approach and the “dynamically generated wsdl from xsd approach”.

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Second, the generation is a bit slow, though once generated, the WSDL is cached for later reference. In addition to a supporting server, you will need to use Java Mail version 1.4.1 or higher.

The following piece of configuration shows how to use the server-side email support, overiding the default polling interval to a value which checks every 30 seconds (30.000 milliseconds): Spring Web Services provides a transport based on Sun's JRE 1.6 HTTP server.

The next application context snippet shows how to create such a dynamic WSDL file: element will follow all XSD imports and includes, and will inline them in the WSDL as a single XSD.

This greatly simplifies the deployment of the schemas, which still making it possible to edit them separately.

The remoting module in the Core Spring Framework contains a convenient factory bean for the HTTP server: the Finally, Spring Web Services 2.0 introduced support for XMPP, otherwise known as Jabber. Spring Web Services support for XMPP is very similar to the other transports: there is a a Endpoints are the central concept in Spring-WS's server-side support.

Endpoints provide access to the application behavior which is typically defined by a business service interface.

Using these exception resolvers allows you to define custom behaviors (such as returning a SOAP Fault) in case such exceptions get thrown.

The has several properties, for setting endpoint adapters, mappings, exception resolvers.

The message dispatcher operates on a message context, and not transport-specific input stream and output stream.