|Do I really need WTP for JAX-WS JBossWS WebServices? Or is JBossTools enough? [message #222939]
||Thu, 23 October 2008 03:00
Originally posted by: p.oho.hotmail.com|
Originally WTP was designed to ease the handling of creation of web services.
However the developer has still to setup WTP for a specific environment (Application Server,
and WS technology). As a first example Apache Tomcat and Axis were implemented.
JBossWS as a JAX-WS implementation does not use the structures of WTP.
When I go to
Preferences->Web Services->Server and Runtime
I cannot set "JBossWS" as runtime.
Instead JBoss offers their own plugin: JBossTools (formerly JBossIDE).
So for what do I need WTP when I use JBossWS web services?
What can I do with WTP what I cannot with JBossTools?
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