Eclipse Web Tools Platform
Create Web service by selecting Java bean in Java project
You are now able to create bottom-up Java Web service by selecting Java
bean in a Java project. The Web service would be created in a Web project
and the Web project and EAR (if any is required) would have the proper J2EE
dependency to the Java project.
Launch Web Services Explorer only available in J2EE perspective
The Launch Web Services Explorer menu action in the product tool bar
is now only available in the J2EE perspective rather than in all the
perspectives. As always, the Test with Web Services Explorer
context menu is available on WSDL files to bring up the WSDL page of the
Web Services Explorer.
Web services runtime extenders can veto project, EAR and server selection
The extenders to the Web services runtime extension can now veto the project, EAR and
server selection on the first page of the Web services wizard.
Please refer to the New Help for Old Friends III wiki
for more details.
Able to open WSDL files not located in current workspace
Users are now able to use the WSDL editor to open WSDL
files not located in the current workspace. This includes remote WSDL files
not located in the current file system.