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Associating Webservice to Existing EAR

Suri Babs
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I have running application deployed to Websphere Application server 5.1.2.

I have a requirement to develop Web service and associate/deploy along with above exisitng EAR in Websphere 5.1.2.

Please let me know the steps to do that.

Suresh Appagundi
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Which development tool are you using?

WSAD had a tool that just wrapped a Session EJB as a web service that I believe was designed for deployment to that version of the application server.

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Suri Babs
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My Webservice is created using Simple java Bean.

And i am looking for deployment of webservice to an existing EAR

1. Using ANT or AdminService of Axis


2. using AdminService in ANT.


3. Any other ways using ANT


4. Using IBM Websphere 5.1.2 Application server admin console.

Suresh Appagundi
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