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Webservice using JAX-WS

 
Will Myers
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Hi,
I need to expose some methods of a WebLogic application as a webservice and already have the Java interface and implementing classes written with the @WebMethod tags on the interface (and @WebService on the class). Now I need to generate the other files but am unsure what these other files are and how to do it, can someone let me know what the steps are?

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If you don't know what "the other files" are, why do you think you need them? What are they supposed to contain?
 
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Well I'm pretty sure I need to generate some endpoints for a start
 
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The endpoint is implemented by the methods having the @WebMethod annotation (or all public methods if you use the @WebService annotation); there's nothing else to be done on your end. Check the WSDL after you have deployed the classes - it should show all the endpoints.
 
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don't I need to add a web.xml file or something
 
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I see; I thought that a high-end JEE server like WebLogic would have admin capabilities to deploy WS.

The way to deploy JAX-WS services as part of standard web app is described in http://www.coderanch.com/t/223670/Web-Services/java/Deploy-JAXWS-Mustang-WS-Tomcat
 
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