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I'm encountering big problems with JAX-WS services on WAS 220.127.116.11.
I've developed following Web Service via EJB 3.1, using only annotations.
The idea behind this web-service is to execute a request on server side, passing a CustomObject
instance serialized as binary stream. CustomObject is a class made available both on Java client
(a simple Java swing app) and EJB module: more precisely, CustomObject is present in a Java project
which is used as "utility jar" in the EAR project which contains WSBusinessDelegate ejb.
The problem is that I cannot deploy this web services, by publishing to WAS 8.0: the only way i can successfully
publish it, is by removing ALL references to CustomObject.
I cannot understand why. As far JAX-WS is concerned, what is exchanged between client and server sides
is a data stream, no matter what it actually is (the content of a file, or other).
I've read that there is a problem with wsgen called by WAS or RAD during deploying stage, when setting classpath,
but i don't know if this may be the case.