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Please explain me how can i make a 'POJO' as Web service?
 
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The Axis 2 toolkit from the Apache Software Foundation supports creating a web service from a Plain Ole Java Object. It depends on your class conforming to certain naming conventions.

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Using JAX-WS, it could be as simple as adding a single @WebService annotation to a POJO. See here for details on how to make it work on Tomcat.
 
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and a worked out example at Apache AXIS2 sources
 
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Please tell me i am using JBoss as my Application server, I was unable to use wscompile because, JBoss has wsconsume as a tool to convert it into mapping files, please any body can tell me the behaviour starting from creating a starting class to the end of the deploying for creating the mapping files

Please tell me now i am in this position .............
 
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Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer:
Using JAX-WS, it could be as simple as adding a single @WebService annotation to a POJO. See here for details on how to make it work on Tomcat.



Please tell me i am using JBoss as my Application server, I was unable to use wscompile because, JBoss has wsconsume as a tool to convert it into mapping files, please any body can tell me the behaviour starting from creating a starting class to the end of the deploying for creating the mapping files
 
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This may contain some pointers:
Seam - Contextual Components: Chapter 20. Web Services

Seam's /examples directory will probably contains compile and deploy scripts that can tell you what needs to be done.
 
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