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Strange problem | Cant load WSDL on explorer | Axis 2 + Helios + jboss-5.1.0.GA-jdk6

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I have run into a strange problem and unable to figure out how to proceed.
I am creating a simple webservice on JBOSS within an existing JSF application using Eclipse Helios.

The Java file for which i am exposing as a webservce is very simple using Axis2 (create webservice option in the wizard)

The following is the service class that was generated

When i try to invoke the WSDL using the webservice test explorer. The page keeps loading and never finished. There is nothing concrete being printed on the JBOSS output
My application runs fine on the 8080 port and also through http port 80. The WSDL cant get loaded. Is there some thing i am missing ? Sometimes the webservice explorer gives me

IWAB0379E Unable to open http://localhost:8080/XXXX/services/BSPWebservice?wsdl.
IWAB0135E An unexpected error has occurred.
WSDLException: faultCode=OTHER_ERROR: Server returned HTTP response code: 503 for URL: http://localhost:8080/boost-sales-portal/services/BSPWebservice?wsdl

Please note - We have recently migrated the JSF application from Iplanet - WAS- RAD to Apache HTTP - JBoss - Eclipse 3.6(Helios)

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