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From Alessio Soldano <>
Subject Re: Turn off JBoss-WS in JBoss 5.1
Date Tue, 08 Oct 2013 15:27:26 GMT
The jboss-deployment-structure.xml (as well as anything around disabling 
subsystems, standalone/domain mode, etc. mentioned in another reply to 
this thread) is a JBoss AS 7 concept and does not apply to JBoss 5.x series.
You should really consider moving to a recent JBoss version, as your 
scenario (basically, downgrading a full JavaEE server to a simple 
servlet container) was not supported in 5.

Something you might want to try (but it's really a workaround) is to 
manually install the JBossWS-Native stack on top of JBoss AS 5.x, to 
avoid clashes on Apache CXF classes.


On 08/10/13 15:51, diepie wrote:
> Hi!
> I'am trying to deploy my CXF web application to JBoss 5.1 GA. All features
> work fine in Tomcat, but the internal JBoss-WS jars are causing some
> unexpected behavior (the same as written  here
> <>
> ), therefore I want to turn the Jboss webservice subsystem down as it is
> written  here.
> <>
> . The problem is that placing jboss-deployment-structure.xml in the WEB-INF
> does not have any effect even after restarting the server, so I assume it is
> not supported in version 5.1. Removing  jbossws.deployer from /deployers and
> jbossws.sar from /deploy (as written  here
> <>  ) is not a valid
> option because there are many applications which may be affected by it.
> So my question is how to disable the internal JBoss WS module?
> Many thanks,
> Peter
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Alessio Soldano
Web Service Lead, JBoss

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