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Exposing EJB as a webservice

lavanya Ananth
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I am exposing some methods of an EJB as a webservice. The code compiles fine and I was also able to deploy.
But when I go to console to view my deployments, I see that the bean is not deployed. Also the webservice is also not deployed.

Has anyone faced this problem?

Paul Michael
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Hi Lavanya,

What Application Server are you using?

It might be more appropriate also to ask this in the EJB forum.

SCJP 1.2 (89%), SCWCD 1.3 (94%), IBM 486 (90%), SCJA Beta (96%), SCEA (91% / 77%), SCEA 5 P1 (77%), SCBCD 5 (85%)
lavanya Ananth
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BEA Weblogic 10.0.1 is the application server
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