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From Ivan <>
Subject Re: Is there a place from where I can see the deployed web services?
Date Wed, 04 May 2011 00:14:29 GMT
The EJB based webservice has some similar rules,

If you would like, the special access URL could be configured in the
deployment descriptor. e.g.

<application xmlns="">
  <dep:environment xmlns:dep="">
    <openejb-jar xmlns="">
      <dep:environment xmlns:dep="">


Hope it helps.

2011/5/4 sim085 <>

> Thanks for your reply. My problem is that I am implementing EJB web
> services
> (using EJB3.0 annotations). I am packaging this EJB/WebService as a jar
> file
> which in turn is packaged as part of an EAR file. I deploy the EAR file and
> this gets deployed successfully. From Geronimo console > Server > EJB
> Server
> I can see that my EJB is deployed. However I do not know if it has been
> deployed as a WebService, nor do I know exactly how to access it;
> I thought I would have had to access it as follows;
> http://localhost:8080/<ear name>/<bean name>?WSDL
> However this is not working.
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