|Re: [jakartaee-platform-dev] Oracle's position on Jakarta EE 9|
Erik Brangs wrote on 10/4/19 12:19 AM: > Hi, > > On 04.10.2019 02:02, Bill Shannon wrote: >> It's not in Jakarta EE. Read the spec. > > I suppose you could say that JAX-WS is a Java SE specification and therefore not part of Jakarta EE. > > However, JAX-WS is part of the full Jakarta EE 8 platform. > > I looked at https://jakarta.ee/specifications/platform/8/platform-spec-8.pdf . I'm basing my view on the following sections: > - section 2.7.15 "Web Services" from " Jakarta EE Standard Services" lists JAX-WS but it doesn't say it's optional > - section 6.1.2 "Required Java Technologies" lists "Jakarta Enterprise Web Services 1.4" as required > - section 9.7 "Full Jakarta™ EE Product Requirements" says that "Jakarta Enterprise Web Services 1.4" is part of the full requirements Jakarta Enterprise Web Services is NOT JAX-WS. It's what was formerly known as "JSR 109". It describes configuration and deployment of XML web services in Jakarta EE app servers. The core XML web service support comes from JAX-WS in Java SE 8. > The way I'm reading section 6.1.3. "Pruned Java Technologies", technologies are pruned from the Jakarta EE platform. So I'm looking at whether a technology is part of the full platform. JAX-WS is not, except in the sense that all of Java SE 8 is required by Jakarta EE 8.
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