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000-807 IBM Web Services Development for IBM WebSphere Application Server V6.1
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QUESTION:100 Which two values can the type argument of the WSDL2WebService command have? A. Bean B. DADX C. RPC D. EJB E. UDF Answer:A, D QUESTION:101 In a scenario which requires the ability to manipulate SOAP messages directly, which custom binding might be used to bypass the JAX-RPC type mappings? QUESTION:102 In the WSDL editor, how can a developer create a new message for an operation input? A. 1. In the Graph view, right-click on space below the message column 2. Select New -> Message 3. Provide the name of the new message and click OK B. 1. In the Design view, right-click on the input message under the operation table 2. Select Set Message -> New Message 3. Provide the name of the new message and click OK C. 1. In the Design view, select the input message under the operation table 2. Click on the Add message icon in the tool bar 3. Provide the name of the new message and click OK
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