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  • Latest Post - ‏2011-11-23T04:50:29Z by KeithPrescott
KeithPrescott
KeithPrescott
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Pinned topic binding.ws on implementation.jee

‏2011-11-21T18:59:41Z |
Hi,

I would like to have a web service that calls into an EJB.

Can I use the web service binding on a jee implementation directly? If not, I assume the best way to accomplish this is to have a binding.ws with implementation.java, where the java implemented component uses a reference to a component having the implementation.jee?

Thanks,
--Keith
Updated on 2011-11-23T04:50:29Z at 2011-11-23T04:50:29Z by KeithPrescott
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: binding.ws on implementation.jee

    ‏2011-11-21T19:33:22Z  
    Keith,

    Yes, you may add the binding on the JEE impl directly.

    Here is our top-level article on using JEE application components as SCA component impls.

    The article breaks down your choices into the "non-enhanced" vs. "enhanced" EAR files. What this nets out to is that if you are able to add an SCA metadata file into your EAR (this is the "enhanced" EAR), you can gain some flexibility in defining the SCA application constructs, as explained.

    Scott
  • KeithPrescott
    KeithPrescott
    11 Posts

    Re: binding.ws on implementation.jee

    ‏2011-11-23T04:50:29Z  
    Keith,

    Yes, you may add the binding on the JEE impl directly.

    Here is our top-level article on using JEE application components as SCA component impls.

    The article breaks down your choices into the "non-enhanced" vs. "enhanced" EAR files. What this nets out to is that if you are able to add an SCA metadata file into your EAR (this is the "enhanced" EAR), you can gain some flexibility in defining the SCA application constructs, as explained.

    Scott
    Thanks Scott, the article helped