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basic jboss webservice naming

 
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Hi,

I'm a beginner in webservices and I'm using JBoss 4.3.0 and created a stateless bean. This bean has annotations to be a webservice. I wanted to give it an explicit name, not matching the classname.
The service is deployed and basically works. When I open it with soapUI, I see it's named TestBeanBinding. But I need it to be named "TestService". Where do I define that mapping in the annotations?
The method operationname is correct ("shoutHello"). Below the code of the service bean and the wsdl file.





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Hi!
Try using the name element of the @WebService annotation:
@WebService(name="TestService")
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