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   22   package javax.xml.rpc.server;
   23   
   24   import javax.xml.rpc.ServiceException;
   25   
   26   /** This interface defines a lifecycle interface for a JAX-RPC service endpoint.
   27    * If the service endpoint class implements the ServiceLifeycle interface, the
   28    * servlet container based JAX-RPC runtime system is required to manage the
   29    * lifecycle of the corresponding service endpoint objects.
   30    * 
   31    * @author Scott.Stark@jboss.org
   32    * @author Rahul Sharma (javadoc)
   33    */
   34   public interface ServiceLifecycle
   35   {
   36      /**
   37       * Used for initialization of a service endpoint. After a service endpoint instance (an instance of a service endpoint class)
   38       * is instantiated, the JAX-RPC runtime system invokes the init method.
   39       * The service endpoint class uses the init method to initialize its configuration and setup access to any external resources.
   40       * The context parameter in the init method enables the endpoint instance to access the endpoint context provided by
   41       * the underlying JAX-RPC runtime system.
   42       *
   43       * The init method implementation should typecast the context parameter to an appropriate Java type.
   44       * For service endpoints deployed on a servlet container based JAX-RPC runtime system, the context parameter is
   45       * of the Java type javax.xml.rpc.server.ServletEndpointContext. The ServletEndpointContext provides an endpoint
   46       * context maintained by the underlying servlet container based JAX-RPC runtime system
   47       *
   48       * @param context Endpoint context for a JAX-RPC service endpoint
   49       * @throws ServiceException If any error in initialization of the service endpoint; or if any illegal context has been provided in the init method
   50       */
   51      public void init(Object context) throws ServiceException;
   52   
   53      /**
   54       *  JAX-RPC runtime system ends the lifecycle of a service endpoint instance by invoking the destroy method.
   55       * The service endpoint releases its resourcesin the implementation of the destroy method. 
   56       */
   57      public void destroy();
   58   }

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