I don't know if I can help, but I have an example working. Here is my web-service.xml:
<!-- this is an extension to the Axis deployment descriptor which allows to
specify the naming environment for the deployed ws logic -->
<!-- OrderManager reference -->
<!-- the final jndi name that this provider sits upon-->
This is with JBOSS 3.0.0. The beanJndiName "commerce/OrderManager" is the same as the jndiName in my jboss.xml
My application.xml looks like this:
and my OrderService.wsr has the web-service.xml, as well as my ejb's home and remote interface classes.
OrderManager is a stateless session bean that provides a facade to the commerce cmp2 example. (I think from reading the project page for Jboss.NET that its EJB support is limited to session beans).
By the way I seem to remember getting NameNotFoundExceptions when I tried to use java:comp/env/ejb/OrderManagerEJB, but you appear to be using the global jndi name that is successful from you RMI client.
Hope this helps.
Thanks Jeff, I will try now to change my source again.
Everything is working fine. It's great !