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Web Services wizard and EAR Deployment [message #516059] Mon, 22 February 2010 15:44
Brian Fitzpatrick is currently offline Brian FitzpatrickFriend
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Hey all you wise and powerful WTPers...

I'm a relative WTP n00b but have been doing Eclipse development for a
while. Now I'm helping out with some web services tooling issues for
JBoss Tools and I've hit a snag I just don't can't figure out how to
resolve. And Googling didn't get me any closer.

Here's the steps we're using...

1. Create new Dynamic Web Project
2. Create new class with javax.jws annotations
3. Create a new JbossWS based web service : New -> Other -> Web Service
3.1. Service implementation: select your class
3.2. Web service runtime: JbossWS
3.3. Client type : java Proxy, move slider to 'Develop client' or above
4. Finish or Next, does not matter if you check anything there

The problem for us is that this creates an EAR with a WAR inside of it.
But the path to the deployed WSDL is out of whack with what the runtime
is expecting, so you can't get to it where it should be.

If you deploy the WAR by itself it shows up fine where it ought to be.

So it's come to light that we need to create an application.xml to the
EAR file to specify the context path and then it's happy.

Is there a way to get the WTP Web Services wizard to create and update
an application.xml for EAR deployment?

Thanks in advance
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