JAX-WS webservice deployment on tomcat

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In previous post,we have seen how to develop JAX-WS web service end point and client.In this post,we will see how we can deploy web service end point to application server.

Web service Tutorial Content:

Here we will use tomcat as application server.

1) Open eclipse.
2) Create new dynamic web project named “HelloWorldWS”
3) Create new package named “org.arpit.javapostsforlearning.webservice”

4) Create JAXWSService Interface.
HelloWorld.java

5)Create JAXWSService implementation class.
HelloWorldImpl.java

6) Now , you need generate Web Services classes, open your command line, and type :

Now we will have two class generated under src/org/arpit/javapostsforlearning/webservice/jaxws

7)Now you need to create web.xml and put it under /HelloWorldWS/WebContent/WEB-INF/

we have inserted three things here 1.listner-class 2.servlet 3.servlet-mapping
8) Now we will add sun-jaxws.xml under HelloWorldWS/WebContent/WEB-INF/.It will have endpoint definition.

9) We need to download some jaxws jars and put jars under /HelloWorldWS/WebContent/WEB-INF/lib.
click to begin
5.93MB .zip
10) Now export your project as war and put it under your Tomcat webapps folder.
11) If you have target runtime as none then you can refer configure Apache Tomcat in Eclipse IDE.
then Run tomcat

12) Click this URL http://localhost:8080/HelloWorldWS/HelloWorldWS

If You see web service information page then you are done.

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