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vb.net client accessing jboss web service... Sounds easy, no?

Frank Farkel
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Joined: Mar 28, 2009
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This has had me banging my head for days [ ], and I have nowhere else to turn. Please tell me this is a simple mistake so I can get back to programming...

Quick version:


Long version:

Environment:

-Linux server opensuse 11.1
-All packages/bundles downloaded and installed-no apt, yast, yum, etc.
-To keep things clean:

All the HOMEs:


PATH & CLASSPATH:


Any web service I try fails. Here is an example web service:


Here is what the eclipse project looks like:



One thing I haven't messed with is the .classpath entry in the project which is:



The WSDL generated from this service is:


It all looks like it should to me, but I have yet to get a single WS working, so what do I know?!

It has been extremely confusing. Some say jboss shouldn't be run on Java 6, some say a web.xml file is needed, all tutorials say this should just work.

The VB.NET component is ridiculously simple, as it just calls http://server:8080/gmsTest/HelloWorld?wsdl and sees the wsdl file no problem, adds the proxy code, and all LOOKS just dandy.

I have spent days going in circles, trying everything I could read about, and keep running in circles. Can one of you more knowledgeable folks point me in the right direction? I'll write an article on my blog about how to do this (to help others) if you can help me get it working!

TIA (big time)!

pat


A little more detail from the jboss server log:



 
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