You can refer to the simple sample here

As the sample shows, your Web Service is placed in a web project. Then, your session bean can be referenced in the project to provide service.

2009/10/16 Quintin Beukes <>
As far as I know it does support SOAP. The EJB implementation for
Geronimo is OpenEJB, and it has some examples for Web Services. Have a
look at the examples download on and then the
"simple-webservice" example.

Quintin Beukes

On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 8:19 PM, "Ízhan Durgan" <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I am from Germany and I am working with Webservices. I want to use the Geronimo server as container. I want use a stateless session bean as a webservice. For this purpose I create a stateless session bean and I planed to connect to it via servlet. I dont understant where I am wrong but it doesnt work.
> Maybe I missunderstood Geronimo and its not work with EJB, Webservices and Soap. Therefore I need to know if I can use Geronimo to build EJB webservices with SOAP or not? Or maybe you can help me with an example that you can show me somewhere in the Web.
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