The web service tutorial have been modified to suggest explanations for the various annotations used as well as the wsdl generation steps.
Thanks for your valuable comments!
For your information all the tutorials use GEP 2.1(unstable). You can have a look at the other tutorials and provide your comments. This will help us to further improve the tutorials .
Regarding 1. I guess it is not a critical issue. for 2. There were some problems with the jaxws-tools.bat in AG 2.1, It was throwing class not found exception. I contacted Jarek for the same and he provided a workaround for the same using gshell. I will soon update the tutorials with the steps for WSDL generation and changes therein to be made in the WSDL file.
Hope to receive more comments from you as we move through tutorial section.
AshishOn Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 11:26 PM, Tim McConnell <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Hi Ashish, great job of documenting these tutorial. Very well done. I haven't
been through all of them yet but have spent some time on the last one since it
involves the GEP, and have just a couple comments:
1. I noticed that when defining the Axis2 Runtime by pointing to the Apache
Geronimo installation directory an error occurs. Do you think this is a problem
with the version of the GEP that you're using ?? It doesn't seem to adversely
impact the tutorial so just wondering if its something that needs to be
addressed or not.
2. A sentence or two explaining what you changed in the generated
CalculatorService.wsdl file might be beneficial.
Other than that it's very thorough, clear, and easy to understand.
Ashish Jain wrote:
> There are few new tutorials available in AG wiki. Try your hands out and
> provide comments.
> http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDOC21/java-server-faces.html- *Basics of JSF
> *JSF Sample Application
> *AppClient accessing EJB
> *http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDOC21/ejb-applications.html- *Basics of EJB
> and Stateless session EJB
> *http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDOC21/stateless-session-bean.html- *A
> Simple stateless session EJB application
> *http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDOC21/web-services.html- *Basics of Web
> *A Simple web service application