As far as I understand it I can check if all necessary WebService components are up and accessible by typing into the browser the following URL:
This should work even if I did not deploy a real webservice.
However when I tried to call this URL I got (from JBoss 3.2.5)
the following response page:
HTTP Status 404 - /jboss-net/servlet/AxisServlet
type Status report
description The requested resource (/jboss-net/servlet/AxisServlet) is not available.
This happens when I deploy a hellow orld webservice too.
JBoss runs fine for JSPs and EJBs.
I observed that axis.jar is located in the "all" subdirectory.
In the past I deployed jars and wars for JSPs and EJBs into
the "default" subdirectory".
Do I have to pass a parameter to JBoss during the start in order to enable the Webservice feature inside?