So, you still could not access the WSDL ? If possible, could you attach your sample somewhere, then I could try it.

2011/5/5 sim085 <sim085@hotmail.com>
> the name parameter in the @WebService annotation on this interface

btw - forgot to mention this in my previous reply. In the book I am reading
there is written that using @WebService on the bean class will force the
application server to automatically generate the interface. I am mentioning
this because many examples on the net do not seem to take note of this and
still define an interface with @WebService annotion.



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