I have the same issue. Were you able to get an answer to your problem.
Here is my pom.xml snippet
And here is the implementation class
Issues, I face with this:
1. The wsdl is getting generated in a seperate folder and does not get included in the .war file.
2. I am not able to access the wsdl url using browser like http://localhost:8080/TestProject/TestService?wsdl 3. How do I specify/configure the SOAP address location in the generated wsdl.
Any help or pointers in this regard would be highly appreciated.
1. Move web service code into a separate project whose packaging should be set to JAR. Then delcare that project as dependency in your project containing WAR code. That is how I build applications using maven.
3. The web service endpoint address is defined in web.xml/sun-jaxws.xml files.
Thanks for the response. I will move it to a seperate jar and have it as a dependency in my war application.
However, I was wondering, how can I deploy it on Jboss 5 application server. I do not have a choice for Sun Application Server?
And, even in the jar file, where should the generated WSDL file should go?
Also, when I generate the WSDL using wsgen, how do I specify the soap:address location. In the WSDL, it says 'REPLACE_WITH_ACTUAL_URL' ?
Here is my generated WSDL
Thanks a lot.
Vinod K Singh
Joined: Sep 30, 2008
See here JAX-WS web service and JBoss. Once web service is deployed the, app server will change the value of 'REPLACE_WITH_ACTUAL_URL', you need not worry about that.
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