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From James Black <>
Subject Re: [jira] Updated: (BEEHIVE-849) A method that doesn't have a @WebMethod annotation appears in my webservice
Date Fri, 15 Jul 2005 02:04:44 GMT
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daryoush mehrtash (JIRA) wrote:
>      [ ]
> daryoush mehrtash updated BEEHIVE-849:
> --------------------------------------
>     Attachment: jamesblack2.wsdl
>                 JAMES_BLACK_PROBLEM2.jar
> James,
> I tried to reproduce the problem here, but can't seem to be able to.
> The build file that is attached to the bug had your system dependencies.  To try out
this problem I created a new project that is based on the wsm-blank sample and copied your
sources classes to it.  I also changed the .jws to .java since we no longer require the .jws.
  I have attached my project jar file and the wsdl that it generates.  To run the version
that I have attached just makes sure your BEEHIVE_HOME is set to the root of your Beehive
distribution.     The WSDL file that I get only had the @WebMethod methods and not the inherited
> TO build the project run ant from WEB-INF/src
> Please give this a try in your environment and let me know if you still have the problem.

  I haven't built my beehive code recently, just been using the
nightlies. I wonder if I should fetch the code and rebuild everything.

  You may be using newer code than me, which may be why you can't
duplicate it.

  I am also curious how I should access my webservice if I don't use the
.jws file. What name should be used?

  Thanx for looking into it.

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