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How to deploy xFire Web Service

Mike London
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Hi,

I've created a simple Web Service that works fine locally under Tomcat -- with a traditional Webapps folder. I can get the WSDL and write a client program that communicates with the service. Cool, but...

The problem is I can't seem to get it working on my actual domain Webserver where there is no "Webapps" folder, just a WEB-INF and META-INF folders. I've copied all the xFire files to the lib folder.

I can't get the WSDL command to work on the actual Web server either.

Anybody had experience with getting an xFire service deployed?

The Codehaus website doesn't seem to offer support on these issues.

Thanks in advance!!!

Mike
 
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