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JBoss and JAX-RPC Web Service

 
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I have a simple web service using JAX-RPC running on JBoss 4.0.5. I have setup the service to make the web server think it is dealing with a servlet (recommended way for handling JAX-RPC). When I use Eclipse's Web Service Explorer for testing the service, I receive this error on the server:



JBoss.org has been no help! Any help/suggestions from here on this issue would be greatly appreciated.
 
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Well, personally for me, the easiest way for me to create Web Services is with EJB3 and @WebService @WebMethod, and then deploy in JBoss, go to the URL that will give me the soap and URL location for invocation, and use a tool like soapUI to test it out.

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Mark:

Thanks for the suggestion.


When I look at the reponse within the Web Services Explorer I see this:




I've turned on the debugging for web services and I see this when the service is ran:



So we are getting to the Web Services, I make a deduction here. However, we are not completing the operation.

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Is there an exception thrown?

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Mark:

Yes, there is an exception. This is the stack trace I provided in the original post.

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