Jobin Mathew wrote:So, for all the webservices i need to give the same servlet class as "com.sun.xml.ws.transport.http.servlet.WSServlet", right?
Jobin Mathew wrote:and there is no need of giving my own servlet class in web.xml?
Jobin Mathew wrote:If am adding my servlet service in web.xml, the servlet class should be WSServlet or my own servlet class?
From my experience only WSServlet is working properly. Is this correct?
Jobin Mathew wrote:I removed the entry from web.xml, but still i am getting 'resource not available' when i tried to see the wsdl.
Sunil Kumar B A wrote:My concern is, by hard-coding the url-pattern, aren't we compromising the "separation of concern" between developer and deployer?