JBoss.NET is a service plugin for the JBoss microkernel. It is essentially Axis, except JBoss handles the deployment and then defers operation to the Axis service. Normally, you use a WSR to deploy the package. The tutorial at http://www.csd.abdn.ac.uk/~bscharla/teaching/mtp_software/jboss/jboss-net-EJB-example.shtml shows you how to create the deployment for a simple "hello world" web service.
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Another dumb question is coming up... Please bear with it.
I heard the JBoss.Net does not include the latest version of Axis, which provides more stabibility incorporate with Soap. Is this true?
Thanks in advance.
You will probably need the latest 3.2.x (3.2.2) release to get Axis 1.1 - earlier releases incorporated Axis 1.1 RCs as they became available. You can always read the release notes at SourceForge to see what is in the latest JBoss production release.
You may also choose to install a standard Axis into JBoss instead of the JBoss.NET SAR plugin. We do this because we need to be able to migrate web services between application servers and not all of the support WSR deployment.