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Web service deployment in real projects

 
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I had this question in my interview ---> how will I deploy Web services?

and I said it would be part of the WAR.

Am I correct?

I am a newbie to web services and I said I am familiar with it and he went ahead and tested me on how familiar I was!
 
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Hi!
A web service can be implemented either as a POJO or as an EJB. Also note that WAR files and EJB JAR files may be part of an EAR.
Thus, a web service can be deployed in a WAR, in an EJB JAR or in an EAR.
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