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What does JAXRPC stand for?

JAXRPC stands for Java Api for Xml Remote Procedure Calls


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Java API for XML-based RPC (JAX-RPC) is intended to be a Java API to expose remote procedure calls that use XML to business applications that occur primarily, though not exclusively, on the periphery of organizations. The need for such synchronous API increases as corporations begin to communicate with other business partners using disparate hardware and software systems.
JAX-WS is a fundamental technology for developing SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) and RESTful (Web services that use representational state transfer, or REST, tools) Java Web services, where JAX-WS is designed to take the place of the JAVA-RPC (Remote Procedure Call) interface in Web services and Web-based applications. JAX-WS is also used to build Web services and corresponding clients that communicate using XML to send messages or use remote procedure calls to exchange data between client and service provider.