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Packing the webservice in axis

 
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Dear All,

Currently i am using Oracle application server to deploy and execute webservices.

To generate the ear file, we are using a Oracle server specific jar.

The packWs.bat is written as below,

cls
@ echo off
echo ***************** Trying to Pack CMA webservices into ear *****************

del cmaWebServices.ear
echo " "
@ echo on

java -jar C:\Vijay\Software\oracle\product\10.1.0\db_1\oc4j\webservices\lib\WebServicesAssembler.jar -config config_sun.xml


As it is visible, we are using the WebServicesAssembler.jar which is oracle specific.

Now, i want to pack the webservice without using the WebServicesAssembler.jar so that the resulting ear will be generic and I will be able to deploy it on any web server e.g. Weblogic.

We are using the Axis to generate the webservices.
Kindly suggest me any idea of packing a webservice without considering the oracle specific jar.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Vijay Bhore




 
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