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Reading env-entry in Jax-ws web service  RSS feed

 
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I am having some issues reading an env-entry from within a @WebService annotated class on Glassfish 3.1,


here is the relevant code

Web.XML


the sun-javaws.xml is the following


here is the service impl


if i comment out the configPath declaration i get the following exception


Exception while deploying the app [TestApp] : No matching injection setter method or injection field found for injection property configPath on class test.TestService for component dependency Env-Prop: configPath@Method-Injectable Resource. Class name =test.TestService Method =null@java.lang.String@/opt/project/conf@@Path to ExternalConfiguration Files
java.lang.NoSuchFieldException: configPath



if i leave it in the implementation, the exception isn't thrown but the value is never set. Im sure this is a simple problem but for some reason I cannot seem to work through it. Also, no difference was made if I annotated the field with @Resource

 
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Hi!
Have you tried adding a setConfigPath method taking a parameter of the type string?
Since you use injection with the deployment descriptor you do not need to annotate neither the field nor the setter method.
Best wishes!
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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