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Disabling Deployed Web Services through Java Code

Arun Adiththan
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Joined: Apr 19, 2011
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I work with JAX-WS Web services deployed on to a Glassfish Web server and Netbeans IDE. We have provisions to disable or undeploy a Web service deployed onto a Glassfish Web server using admin console or services tab in the IDE. This looks to be some sort of hardware interrupt. I would like to achieve the same, i.e. disabling a deployed Web service through Java code, on some external command from interface. Is there any mechanism to obtain such outcome through software interrupts or by any other means?
 
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