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Last week JCP Executive Committee unanimously approved SAP’s first JSR Proposal: API for Utilizing Web Services Policy.

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Apache Software Foundation Yes
Apple Computer, Inc. Yes
BEA Systems Yes
Borland Software Corporation Yes
Fujitsu Limited Yes
Google Inc. Yes
Hewlett-Packard Yes
IBM Yes
IONA Technologies PLC Yes
Intel Corp. Yes
JBoss, Inc. Yes
Lea, Doug Yes
Nortel Networks Yes
Oracle Yes
SAP AG Yes
Sun Microsystems, Inc. Yes
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JSR 265 aims to standardize an API for utilizing Web services constraints and capabilities. Constraints and capabilities refer to web services metadata, such as Quality Of Service (QoS). It will provide interfaces to obtain and access the capabilities in effect for any given message exchange instance. This API will enable other Java technologies to utilize constraints and capabilities in a uniform manner thereby strengthening Java as a competitive Web services platform.

We expect that JSR 265 will be utilized from within other Java specifications for Web services, such as JAX-WSA (JSR 261), JAX-RPC (JSR 224), and JBI (JSR 208).

We are excited to be taking on this specification!

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