I have an EJB 3.0 and I'm exposing it as a WebService with JAXWS via the WebService annotation. Some classes are shared by both the WAR and the EJB so I put them in a common.jar and put it in the EAR library. All of this works fine in my local environment in RSA. When I get ready to deploy to an actual server this doesn't work because the WSDL is not getting generated and the annotations are not getting picked up. I checked by turning on trace. However if I move the classes to both the WAR/lib and inside the ejb.jar then the web service is generated and all is good. I'm trying to avoid duplicating the classes. I've also tried shared lib but that doesnt even work in local environment in RSA.
I found this link:
"The Web service implementation classes can exist within the WEB-INF/classes or directory within a Java archive (JAR) file that is contained in the WEB-INF/lib directory of the WAR file".
I'm not sure if that means any types that are parameters or return types to the service. If it is, it doesnt mention anything about EAR/lib.
Server: Websphere 184.108.40.206 (Test Server)
Server: Websphere 220.127.116.11 (Local Server)
The structure of my project is as follow:
-> -> common.jar
-> -> application.xml
Any help is much appreciated!
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Updated on 2012-11-28T20:03:32Z at 2012-11-28T20:03:32Z by SystemAdmin
mburati 060000VQ20352 Posts
Re: Websphere 7.0 - EJB 3 JAXWS and EAR Library doesnt work2012-11-28T19:54:07ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.This forum is for the discussion of questions/issues around consuming web services with the IBM Web Experience Factory tooling, and as such is typically monitored by experts in that area.
Your issue does not seem related to Web Experience Factory, so you may find more answers on a WAS WS forum.
I hope that info helps,
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