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From Sergey Beryozkin <sberyoz...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: EJBInvoker, progress, observations, questions about EJB creation organization, other various questions.
Date Tue, 12 Jul 2011 09:54:53 GMT
>
> the easybeans package is called easybeans-cxf-extension, am I correct that
> the easybeans bootstrap or cxfListener should be registered as an extension?
> Perhaps I could set up an easybeans extension in cxf and try to deploy by
> way of cxf jaxws serverFactory, or equivalent? I would need help verifying
> correctness of JAX-WS Java code and xml config files and namespaces,
> and perhaps help with Maven setup, such as ?plugin setup? I think to set
> up a file without a parent would be best (if we go this direction) and to
> place
> all dependencies in that file.
>

Are you asking how to deploy CXF JAXWS Easybeans endpoints ?
You need to understand how that works, every single bit. I can't help
there, you need to talk to Easybeans
experts, deploy it, and then we will discuss how a similar procedure
can be achieved for JAX-RS. You are asking questions which I can only
attempt to answer by doing exactly what I'm asking you to do, deploy
JAX-WS endpoint and learn and then repeat the similar process for
JAX-RS.

thanks, Sergey
> I sent 4 other messages btw., in case you didn't read them.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Ryan
>
>
>
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