When upgrading to 9.3.4.0, it is necessary to re-write ALL PX’s to use the JAX-WS framework??

I have a client upgrading to Agile 9.3.4.0. Note that Oracle changed the web services stack from AXIS to JAX-WS in this release. So I have already upgraded those PX’s that are activated using a web service call to use the new stack.
 My question is, do *all* PX’s have to be re-written to use the new web services stack, even if they are not called using that means???
 I am seeing some strange behavior in some of the PX’s in that they do not seem to be working, and I am currently at a loss as to why. Some work, some do not.

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Kevin Cummings Agile Angel Asked on March 16, 2017 in Webservices.
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Only those that are used for calling web services. As there is a change in packaging.

Paritosh Deshmukh Agile Angel Answered on March 20, 2017.
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Only those that are used for calling web services. As there is a change in packaging.

Paritosh Deshmukh Agile Angel Answered on March 20, 2017.
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If the PX’s are calling other webservices outside of Agile, then no need to rewrite anything. If the PX’s are calling webservices inside of Agile, then the stubs may need to be regenerated.

If WSX’s are deployed, there is no need to rewrite the WSX’s themselves entirely. However, they do need to be repackaged and minor edits are necessary in the WSX methods to annotate the webmethods.

Anand Agile User Answered on March 20, 2017.
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