Section 10.15. Testing Web Services Deployment

10.15. Testing Web Services Deployment

It's taken us a while to get here, but now that we have the core infrastructure in place to deploy a Web Service, let's test our deployment. Here are the steps to build and deploy the application:

  • Type ant in the root directory of ch10to build the project.

  • Shut down JBoss so the Ant script can clean up the JBoss deployment area.

  • Type ant colddeploy to deploy the EAR file (jaw.ear) to the $JBOSS_HOME/server/default/deploy directory.

  • Start JBoss back up.

You should see the following output in the JBoss console:

 ... 23:08:11,921 INFO  [WSDLFilePublisher] WSDL published to: file:/C:/jboss- 4.0.2/server/default/data/wsdl/jaw.ear/ejb.jar/InventoryService.wsdl 23:08:12,182 INFO  [AxisService] WSDD published to: C:\jboss- 4.0.2\server\default\data\wsdl\jaw.ear\ejb.jar\Inventory.wsdd 23:08:12,632 INFO  [AxisService] Web Service deployed: http://localhost:8080/jbossatwork-ws/InventoryService  ... 

Now point your browser to http://localhost:8080/ws4ee to see the JBossWS page as shown in Figure 10-2.

Figure 10-2. JBossWS page

Clicking on the "View the list of deployed Web services" link takes you to the JBoss Deployed Web Services Page, as depicted in Figure 10-3.

Figure 10-3. JBoss Deployed Web Services page

At this point, you'll see our Web Service (findAvailableCars) listed under jaw.ear/ejb.jar#Inventory. Click on the wsdl link, and you'll see the WSDL for our Web Service.

Now that we've successfully deployed our Web Service and viewed the WSDL, keep JBoss running. We now move on to develop an external client that calls the findAvailableCars Web Service.

JBoss at Work. A Practical Guide
JBoss at Work: A Practical Guide
ISBN: 0596007345
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 197

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