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jboss & web services

John Gregory
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Joined: Oct 05, 2006
Posts: 115
Good morning,

We're trying to fulfill a requirement to port some existing code
to web services. Now, I have JBoss installed which (4.0.2 from the
jems installer) runs servletsand jsp's and that works fine.

I'm new to web services, so to understand them, I did the netbeans
tutorial, just a simple tutorial to add 2 numbers. So, I tried
to recreate the process (created a new project) and selected my
jboss server as my container. Unfortunately, I didn't get any
response when I ran my client program. When I look at the srver start
up log, it threw a bunch of errors when it loaded my war file.

So, my question is, do I need a different version of JBoss, or is
what I have sufficient. If I need something else, say a flavor of
jboss-ws-native-2.0.2.GA, where/how do I install it. Do I just unzip
it the existing directory of jboss?

HOpe somebody can help.


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