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How to change published web service address in JBoss6

Brad Maxwell
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Joined: Dec 03, 2012
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I'm porting our web service from JBoss 4 to JBoss6. The services are now published with the service name in the URL, which breaks all our existing clients.

How can I force the published address back to what it used to be?

JBoss 4, url is http://localhost:8080/MyServices/MyServiceBean
JBoss 6, url is http://localhost:8080/MyServices/MyServiceService/MyServiceBean

Service definition is all EJB annotations:



Thanks,
Brad
 
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