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Webservices Help in WSAD 5 for Beginner

 
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Hi,
I am new to webservices, and am trying to publish a simple stateless Session EJB as a Webservice. Having written the EJB and deployed it to a server within the WSAD UTE, I then attempt to generate the WSDL using the context menu while the bean is highlighted.
The WebService wizard is brought up, and it asks me to select a web project for the webservice.
Question 1. What if I want to access the webservice from an application client using WSIF, how do I go about selecting my application project or the EJB project from which I want generate the service.
Question 2. I create an empty web-project to continue with the Webservice wizard, and in the 2nd screen of the wizard it won't let me select my EJB as it is not part of the web project. So how can I select my EJB?
Thanks in advance
Guy Barden
 
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