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Need Help: WSAD5.0->WAS5.1 web services

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Hi all,

I have developed a java based web service using Websphere Studio Application Developer 5.0 (WSAD) and have deployed it on the websphere application server 5.1. (WAS5.1)

Now the problem is that I don�t know if the web service is properly deployed or not. When I open the Trivoli performance viewer it shows my application as a web application not as a web service. I have check that all the required xml files are there.(dds.xml,soap.xml,web.xml) but still its not showing it as a web service.

These are the steps I have followed to develop and deploy the web service..
1.Created a enterprise application project.
2.Added a web project to it.
3.Created 7 web services in the web project.
4.Tested them using the test environment server in WSAD.
5.exported enterprise application into a ear file.
6.installed the ear file in the WAS5.1
7.restarted the WAS5.1

I don�t if I am missing anything. Please let me know if I am missing any step or any concept. Are there any incompatibility issues.

Please let me know anything that might be useful in troubleshooting this problem as I am running short of time.

Let me know if any needs some more info.

With regards
PS: the web service seems to running fine as I can use my test clients to get the result. But third party using different web service environment is not able to access my web service. So I first want to find out if the development and deployment part of my web service is fine.
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