Right. Geronimo †also support a plain ejb webservice, refer to†http://cwiki.apache.org/GMOxDOC22/developing-a-jax-ws-ejb-stateless-session-bean-web-service.html
It is also possible to deploy a plain ejb webservice, that does not involve a pojo web service deployed in a war. †I don't know if there is a simple sample app, but there are some examples of this in the geronimo testsuite somewhere. †If you check out all of the geronimo source code it will be somewhere under testsuite.Hopefully someone who know more about this than I will be able to provide more details.thanksdavid jencksOn Oct 15, 2009, at 6:59 PM, Delos wrote: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 <email@example.com>
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
http://openejb.apache.org/download.html and then the
On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 8:19 PM, "÷zhan Durgan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> 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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