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How to change jetty binding port number in maven.

sam White
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Joined: Feb 18, 2011
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Hi,

I have created a webservice based on CXF2, spring 3.0.5 in a WAR file.
When I deploy the WAR file to JBoss AS7, it thrown the following exception:



here is the pom.xml file of the WAR file:



web.xml file:



beans.xml file:



I think it is either I miss the jetty listener configuration in JBOSS AS7 or incorrection/missing the jetty configuration in the pom.xml, web.xml or beans.xml file. But I could not find any workable answers .

Your suggestion is very appreciated.

Thanks
SW
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sam White
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What would be the correct setup in my xml files ?

I need to deploy it to JBOSS AS7.

I couldn't found any example that I can follow with.

Thanks
Sam
 
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