|Lost: Weblogic 9.2 Web Services w/Application Datasource [message #187971]
||Tue, 13 February 2007 20:04
| Chuck Irvine
Registered: July 2009
I'm buried in so much unknown territory I'm not sure where to start.|
I'm building a Weblogic9.2 hosted Web Services server using WST 1.5.
I guess the main problem is that I can't find any documentation or example
projects that deal with using Weblogic for Dynamic Web Projects using WST.
Is there such a thing and I'm just missing it? Helpful pointers would be
For now I'm developing my application on my workstation with a locally
running Weblogic server instance. But eventually I'll have to deploy my
application to a production server. What eclipse WST generated artifact
(ear, war, jar, etc) do I deploy and how? Since WST is doing everything
automatically for me locally, I don't know exactly what is getting
deployed or how.
Along the same lines, another thing that is confusing me is the
<WSProject>EAR project that gets generated automatically. My application
will use an application scoped JDBC datasource, and I'm thinking that this
will require that I write a weblogic-application.xml file and include it
in this automatically generated project - right? This seems to mean that I
will have to create a source code repository for this autogenerated
project. If so, I'm not sure that I like this. I'll have to create two
source code repositories for what is essentially one project.
Well, I'm sure there are lots of other things I don't understand, but I'll
pause for now. Maybe if I get some helpful feedback (like docs or examples
pointers) I'll be able to figure things out on my own.
|Re: Lost: Weblogic 9.2 Web Services w/Application Datasource [message #188000 is a reply to message #187994]
||Wed, 14 February 2007 00:24
Originally posted by: kosta.bea.com|
> Secondly, I'm a little concerned with the implication of your
> recommendation. Is the implied message that WTP's Web Services
> development capability somewhat broken (possibly with regard to Weblogic
> 9.2 deployment)?
It certainly was not my intention to imply this. I am not aware of any
specific problems with WTP's Web Services support in general or as it
relates to WebLogic 9.2. The reason that I suggested Workshop is that
you will find Workshop's model for developing web services easier to
use. You use java 5 annotations to describe your web service. The
backend code is generated at build and publish time. Workshop also helps
you with weblogic-specific descriptors such as weblogic-application.xml.
You will also be able to find help in BEA's edocs and various
BEA-specific support forums.
If moving to Workshop is not an option for you at this time, I will have
to defer to someone else on this news group who is more familiar with
WTP Web Services support to answer your questions.
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