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Trying to deploy JAX WS webservice on Tomcat 7.0.32

 
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Hello

I wrote a simple JaxWS webservice.



I created the sun-jaxws.xml:



And my web.xml file is:




I have also put all the jar files of JAX WS RI on the lib folders of the web service.

I've build the war and it has the expected structure:

META-INF/
WEB-INF/
WEB-INF/classes/...
WEB-INF/sun-jaxws.xml
WEB-INF/web.xml

Now, I've put the war file on the webapps tomcat folder. Finally, I started tomcat. No errors happened.

However, when I try to access the application using the URL : http://localhost:8080/Generate/report, I get the following error on the browser:

HTTP Status 404 - /HelloWorld/hello
type Status report
message /Generate/report
description The requested resource (/Generate/report) is not available.

Anyone knows the cause of the problem?


Thank you
 
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Paulo Carvalho wrote: URL : http://localhost:8080/Generate/report



What is Generate in the above URL? That should be the name of the war file(in other words, the context root of the webapp) that you've deployed in tomcat.

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Well, the servlet listens to "/report", so any URL needs to start with that. If the endpoint also listens to "/report", the URL would be something like "/report/report". And then you need to prepend the name of the web app, unless this is part of the ROOT web app.
 
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