From the standpoint of the
sender, a message is sent via the
call in a point-to-point fashion. The method
blocks, waiting until it gets a response message that it can return.
The sender may be a standalone client, or it may be deployed in a container.
The receiver, typically a service operating in a servlet, implements the
onMessage to specify
how to respond to the requests it receives.
It is possible that a standalone client might use the method
to send a message that does not require a response. For such cases,
the receiver must implement the method
onMessage such that
it returns a message whose only purpose is to unblock the
|Method from javax.xml.messaging.ReqRespListener Summary:|
|Method from javax.xml.messaging.ReqRespListener Detail:|
public SOAPMessage onMessage(SOAPMessage message)