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Hard time getting Spring working with WS'.

 
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Hi All,

Hoping someone maybe able to help here as I'm beginning to get pretty stumped..

I have an already nicely 'autowired' j2ee application with spring 2.5.6, service layer and a DAO layer and am trying to create a JAX-WS based webservice.

Well even the webservice is ok, until I try and use my Servicelayer objects within it, in which case they are not being automatically propagated via Spring.

I have my webservice defined as follows...



I am trying to extend the autowiring support as that appears to be the way that Spring allows you to use Autowiring within webservices. I also have the 'Service' annotation there as without that Spring doesn't autowire my Tests(abstractJpaTests).

I have none of the beans defined in applicationContext.xml as they are all, up untill now automatically taken care of using context:component-scan

So please if anyone can give me a hint as to why when deployed (And Spring IS definately initialised) that the autowiring isnt taking place then I would very much appreciate it.

Thanks
 
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