[jboss-user] [JBossWS] - Mapping @WebContext in ejb jar to context path in war (singl

kr8m3r_78 do-not-reply at jboss.com
Wed Oct 22 02:58:23 EDT 2008

I am using JBoss 4.2.3, with Java 1.5.

I have a war that is bundled inside an EAR, this context path is: /testWeb

This is defined in the jboss-web.xml under the WEB-INF directory of the war.

  |   <security-domain>java:/jaas/aipDBCheck</security-domain>  
  |   <context-root>/testWeb</context-root>
  |  </jboss-web>

However, I also have a web service I would like to be accessible via the same context path. I have the @WebContext annotation specifying the same context path as defined below. 

  | @javax.jws.WebService(
  | 		targetNamespace = 
  | 			"http://xxx.xxx.xxx.com/"
  | 		,
  | 		serviceName = 
  | 			"SupplierAccessService"
  | 		, 
  | 		portName =
  | 			"SupplierAccessPort"
  | 			,wsdlLocation = "META-INF/wsdl/SupplierAccessService.wsdl"
  | 		)
  | 		@Stateless
  | 		@WebContext(contextRoot = "/testWeb", urlPattern = "/SupplierAccessPort", authMethod = "BASIC", transportGuarantee = "NONE", secureWSDLAccess = false)
  | 		@RolesAllowed("supplier")
  | 		@SecurityDomain("aipDBCheck")
  | public class SupplierAccessDelegate implements SupplierAccessDelegateLocal,
  | 		SupplierAccessDelegateRemote {

However, if I access http://localhost:8080/testWeb/SupplierAccessPort I get a 404 error, presumably because the WAR has received precedence over the context in the EJB. 

I can see that the EJB creates its own deployment, and a new jboss-web.xml and web.xml file is created and exploded into the tmp directory as if it were a new web app. 

Even though both these exploded web apps have the same context path there are no errors during start up.

I can only get my web service to work if I define a separate context in the annotation.

Can someone please let me know if this is possible, or do I need to define two different context paths in order for my web service to be accessible?

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