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Servicegen on windows and solaris

Sangeeta Parikh

Joined: Apr 05, 2003
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I have an application involving more than one webservice. Servicegen has a service tag for each webservice we want to group into an ear. Instead of using a service tag for each webservice, I have written a generic target which can be called for each web service. I have set the overwrite atribute of servicegen to false so that the ear gets updated everytime when it is called for a webservice. The problem is that it works fine in Windows, but not on solaris. Instead of having just one war file for the ear, it generates one for each call to the target. That means the ear application.xml contains one war module for each call to the servicegen.
Can anyone let me know if servicegen works seperately on windows or unix.
Any advice will surely help.
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