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Re: [m2e-users] Best route to setting up a web service using m2e, m2e wtp and jboss

This seems to work:
Start with new Maven project

org.jboss.weld.archetypes jboss.java3ee6.webapp

Then you add JBoss Webservices Core to the project facets and specify your server.

And good to go.

Pretty sweet, although there's a lot of stuff in that pom.xml that I don't understand. Some of it may not be necessary.

Does anyone know a cleaner archetype that doesn't give me the whole world of webapps in my little web server?

On 09/30/2011 04:24 PM, Fred Bricon wrote:
I don't have any answer on that particular topic but you should probably


Fred Bricon

2011/9/30 Steve Cohen<scohen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

I need to create a new web service - from scratch.

Requirement is to use jboss 5.1 and the native JBoss WS stack, not CXF.

I have latest m2e, m2e-wtp and jboss-tools and a jboss 5.1 server
installed.  The server in Eclipse has nothing on it yet, and it runs

What archetype or other methodology gets me to a good starting point using
this toolset and requirements from which to build a JAX-WS web service?
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