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From Sebastien Mayemba Mbokoso <>
Subject Re : Using ant task to deploy services
Date Tue, 01 Mar 2005 16:51:50 GMT
While deploying a war on JBoss, if your war doesn't contain a
server-config.wdd, Axis engine creates it automatically in its tmp
directories. So deploy all your web services. Then copy the
server-config.wsdd generated in your WEB-INF. Repackage your war and
redeploy it in Jboss.

On Tue, 1 Mar 2005 05:28:23 -0500, Koney, Satish
<> wrote:
> Hi All,
>         Can someone tell me what is the ideal way of deploying a web service
> using ant task?
> Following is how I am doing it now: (Each step is a separate task)
> 1. compile the project and build the war file
> 2. copy the war file into JBoss server/default/deploy/webapps directory
> (This is to deploy the war file)
> 3. deploy the webservice using adminClient ant task ( In the second step,
> only the war file is deployed, not the service)
> But the problem I am facing is, each time I restart my server, I need to
> redeploy the web service.
> If my application is in the form of a directory (WebService.war directory) ,
> when I deploy the service, it is creating a server-config.wsdd file in my
> WEB-INF directory.
> But if it is a war file, that file is not created, but the service is
> deployed.I do not understand where it is keeping all the web service
> information.
> So can someone please me tell me how i deploy the web service using ant
> task?
> Thanks,
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