I mentioned that porting WS from Jboss.net to JbossWS was easy. We are migrating from 3.2.3 to 4.0.1, and have found that with Jboss.net we could mark a method of a bean as part of a web service. Is this possible with JbossWS, or it has to be the entire bean, with all its methods available as a web service?
Thanks for your help!
J2EE-1.4 has a new <service-endpoint> element in ejb-jar.xml. This takes your service endpoint interface (SEI) which may contain a subset of the SLSB's methods.
Thomas, Thank you for you help.
We had no problems creating and deploying a standard webapp/.war including axis services which could locate jboss and invoke mbeans, etc. If you want to invoke ejbs or jms you could use spring as an "adapter/proxy layer", ie axis -> spring -> ejb/jms..