Java Web Services Developer’s Pack. The nearest equivalents for the J2EE 1.4 platform are the deploytool and j2eec utilities described later in this chapter.
wsdeploy [options] sourceWarFile
wsdeploy utility is a command-line tool
supplied by the JAX-RPC reference implementation in the JWSDP. Its
purpose is to create a web archive (WAR) file that can be deployed
into a web container (in which the server-side components of the
reference implementation are already installed) from a WAR file that
contains implementation-independent components together with
configuration information. The location of the source WAR file is
provided as a command-line argument. This file must contain the
The Java classes that define the service endpoint interface (or
interfaces) for the web service. These classes typically appear in
/WEB-INF/classes directory of the archive.
The classes that provide the server-side implementation of the
service endpoint interfaces, together with any other classes and
resources (e.g., images, sound files, text files) that they depend
upon. These classes and resources are placed in the
/WEB-INF/classes directory of the archive, or in
/WEB-INF/lib directory if they are packaged
in JAR files.
web.xml file for the web application
that hosts the web service. This file must appear in the
A configuration file (called
jaxrpc-ri.xml) from which ...