From the README.html in jboss.net/docs:
# The AxisService MBean functions as a (hot-)deployer for so-called Web Service aRchive (WSR- or .wsr-) files. These are ordinary .jar files that contain, besides necessary byte code for plugging into the Axis machinery, a slightly extended Web Service Deployment Descriptor (WSDD) in their "META-INF/web-service.xml" entry.
In the JBoss.net testsuite, we have assembled some samples and tests that can serve as an inspiration and source of insight. You can build and run the testsuite against a running jboss server as follows (after having built the main jboss-all/testsuite!)
In the output directory, there will be some deployable Web Services (output/lib/addr.wsr is the JBoss-compatible package containing the Axis Address example, output/lib/hello.ear is a J2EE application consisting of the hello ejb module from the JBoss main testsuite and an additional web service layer on top of the HelloBean). In output/bin we also have put some (non-functional, arrgh) batch files to run the individual tests.
I'm attaching a sample wsr file - in case you don't have a cvs tree checked out. (something is broken and I couldn't attach it - if you want it mail me at email@example.com).
I've never tried this but it looks fun. Perhaps we should add Web Services to this forum title ?
I found some of the stuff in the testsuite but it is a bit incomplete I think. I don't see your attachment here.
I figured out quite a bit from the testsuite but I can't seem to find the Hello.jws (or Hello.java) class file.
I have the web-service.xml
But for the life of me I couldn't find the HelloWorld ebj (in the <ejb-link>)
I started here
But it seems like it is the source code for everything.
I don't really know how I stumbled upon the web-service.xml since I don't know where the test suite is located but... I may be able to figure it out somehow.
I can make up one on my own (that is what i am doing) but to save me 2 days (I take a long time to figure things out) an attachment would be fantastic.
Thanks for your support and help.
<!-- Example EJB Web Service Descriptor -->
<!-- this is an extension to the Axis deployment descriptor which allows to
specify the naming environment for the deployed ws logic -->
<!-- the final jndi name that this provider sits upon -->
read my posting a bit more carefully:
"I'm attaching a sample wsr file - in case you don't have a cvs tree checked out. (something is broken and I couldn't attach it - if you want it mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org)"