Daniel Manyemwe wrote:
I have been battling to get an Axis2 (v1.5.4) client to work on JBoss (5.1.0.GA). Here is the setup:
-> I consumed a webservice using Axis2 wsdl2java to create the client stubs (in eclipse galileo)
-> I need to make calls to this webservice from another application deployed on my JBoss AS
-> The webservice is in its own jar that I have placed in /server/default/lib/
-> Calls to the webservice are made by an application in /server/default/deploy/
The problem I am currently facing:
-> Where do the axis2 jars go? I have currently dumped them into /server/default/lib but this is messy
-> What is the best way of achieving my goal?
What kind of application is the webservice client (the one which invokes the webservice)? Is it deployed as a .jar in the deploy folder? I believe it's more than just a .jar since plain .jar in deploy folders are of no value.
I generated the client stubs into their own project and placed it in server/default/lib. I was trying to avoid making the main application too bulky as the stubs on their own are 1MB. So I make calls to the stub classes from the main application deployed in /deploy. Do you think splitting them up this way could be causing the issue?
here i am facing the same problem above will you guys tell me the solution.......