Have you noticed the Eclipse Cheat Sheet "Creating a CXF component" already (Help -> Cheat Sheets -> FUSE -> Creating a CXF Component)? It outlines the steps needed for using the CXF component.
The Service Class property of the CXF component specifies the class name of the service endpoint interface (SEI) class. In case of using a Java-first approach, this would be the class name of your WSDL service implementation class. In case of WSDL-first it would be the generated Java interface that maps to the WSDL port type definition.
Check the cheat sheet, it will hopefully be clear thereafter.
Thanks for the response.
How do I get to the Eclipse Cheat Sheet?
Help > Cheat Sheets...
Then pick FUSE
I have seen it. Thanks.
But when I click on it (
In the main toolbar, click on the File > New > Spring Bean Configuration File), nothin happens.
When I follow it, I get a dialog asking me to add the name of a Spring configuration file. Tell me, are you running the fuse.exe, or did you update a base installation of Eclipse from the update site?