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handler chains defined, 373 handle methods, 374 handlers, 371–384 advantages, 374–376 architecture, 372 asynchronous invocation with, 384 chained, 373 client-side, 376, 377–379 combining, 373 configuring, 376–383 for data validation, 375 deployment order, 373 disadvantages, 383 fault handling in, 374 implementations, 372 in intermediary implementation, 376 introduction, 383 last, to process request, 374 for metadata processing, 375 multiple, registering, 376 in performance optimization, 375–376 programmatic registration of, 377 for security, 374 server-side, 376, 380–381 service configuration, 381–383 in SOAP attachment processing, 375 SOAP message, 371 Header element, 106–108 attributes, 108 defined, 102, 106 example, 106–107 meta-information, 107 See also SOAP messages high availability. See availability holder classes, 149, 337, 384–387 for in parameter, 385 for inout parameter, 385, 386 JAX-RPC-defined, 387 for out parameter, 385, 386 honey pots, 621 horizontal extensibility, 112 HP Web Services Transactions (HP-WST), 615 HTML, XML transformed into, 298, 301 HTTP authentication header, 393 JAX-RPC authentication support, 392–393 JAX-RPC runtime support, 339 JMS and, 418 nodes, 116 POST request, 116 response, 116 SOAP and, 99 WS-Routing over, 739 HTTP bindings, 115–117, 159–160 defined, 156 See also binding(s) HttpSession object, 340 hub-and-spoke model, 24 human-friendly keys, 232 hybrid MOM topology, 408 Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS), 392
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