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Here I am posting another topic. Just want to give 100 % to learn Web Services and complete the certification.

My doubt is : How do I use JBoss 4.2.3 to work with web services? I have a WSDL and already generated stub & skeleton files. Now I need to write the business logic in the skeleton file and deploy it on Jboss. How do I do that ?


Is Axis2 (I used Axis2 to generate the stub/skeleton) necessary to be deployed on JBoss to achive this .. or its possible without the help of Axis2 ? I just want to use Axis for generating the stub and skeleton only , then deploy the service on JBoss without the help of Axis, but not sure how to achive this.

Please guide me with the steps which I need to perform to achieve this.

Thanks !
 
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Sumeet Chakraborty wrote:Here I am posting another topic. Just want to give 100 % to learn Web Services and complete the certification.

My doubt is : How do I use JBoss 4.2.3 to work with web services? I have a WSDL and already generated stub & skeleton files. Now I need to write the business logic in the skeleton file and deploy it on Jboss. How do I do that ?


Is Axis2 (I used Axis2 to generate the stub/skeleton) necessary to be deployed on JBoss to achive this .. or its possible without the help of Axis2 ? I just want to use Axis for generating the stub and skeleton only , then deploy the service on JBoss without the help of Axis, but not sure how to achive this.

Please guide me with the steps which I need to perform to achieve this.

Thanks !



Hello !

I would recommend to install NetBeans IDE -- it already contains integrated GlassFish application server with WebServices stack called "Metro".

Using Axis for SCDJWS preparation you are risking to learn not what Sun (Oracle) wants you to know for the exam

Best regards,
MZ
 
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Thanks for your response MZ. I am aware of the fact that what I am trying to do is something offtrack to what SUN expects . But the certification is not my only target. I will be implementing Web Services in my work as well, where I will be working with JBoss and Axis. So this is a great opportunity for me to learn, perform and get certified as well

So my question was from a different point of view. It would be of great help if someone could address it and help me out.
 
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