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Where is the JAX-WS WEbservice Hosted?

Rajesh Khan
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Joined: Oct 16, 2011
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When i do something like



Where is the webservice hosted . Its a standard JAVA SE project ?? In ASP.NET it gets hosted on IIS. What about JAVA ?? What would i have to do when i actually want to deploy it ??

Avinash Ga
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Joined: Aug 13, 2011
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the web service will be an independent continuos jvm thread which dont require any server......


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Ivan Krizsan
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Hi!
As in the previous reply, the service runs in a JavaVM of its own.
When you want to deploy it, you typically deploy it to a real server that contains a JAX-WS compliant web service stack, such as GlassFish.
It is also possible to deploy a JAX-WS web service to a Tomcat instance in which, for instance, Metro (JAX-WS reference implementation) has been installed.
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