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how to write web services using jax ws, java1.5.0_11 and tomcat5.5

 
sravant puto
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hi all,
I understand that there is already a post regarding this but in that we use Mustang(java6). I wanted to reply that post but somehow couldn't do that and so creating a new post. How can I write a webservice using using jax ws, java1.5.0_11 and tomcat5.5 and i am not using any IDE. Any pointers regarding this will be a lot helpful for me.

Cheers
Sravant
 
Ulf Dittmer
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

I asumme you're talking about this thread. (I'm not sure why posting there wouldn't work; it should work.)

What's described in that thread works fine with JDK 5 and Tomcat 5. In fact, that's the setup I use.
 
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Thank you for the welcome

I was following the steps from the posting, can you elaborate the step
- Copy the class structure from the web service into WEB-INF/classes in that directory.
where is the web service directory? I couldnt find it in jax-ws.
 
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I think "web service" in that sentence just means all the classes that together implement the WS, not a special directory. Essentially it says that all classes needed for the WS must be in WEB-INF/classes (or as a jar file in WEB-INF/lib). That reflects the fact that this is a standard web application.
 
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