Simple, fast project. 5 minutes for someone who knows how to do it.
This is nothing more than a tutorial using the latest & greatest versions of the software we use every day. All examples on the web now are with much older versions of JBoss, Eclipse, etc. I just need a more current example.
Environment = latest and greatest:
-JBoss [url removed, login to view]
-Linux, J2EE 5
-JRE 1.6 (javac 1.6.0_12)
-external WS client (not part of project)
I just need a complete eclipse project zipped up that has the following:
1. A single HelloWorld web service (using EJB3 code annotations, i.e. @WebService, etc.)
2. WS client (VB.NET) is _not_ part of the project.
3. Utilizes standard EJB3 "?wsdl" to deliver WSDL to external client (i.e. http://server:8080/HelloWorld?wsdl")
4. Ant file ([url removed, login to view]) needs to be included that deploys to JBoss "default" deploy directory.
5. All CLASSPATH variables made portable (i.e. ANT_HOME, JBOSS_HOME, JAVA_HOME, JDK_HOME, etc.) making it portable.
6. Include all deployment artifacts ([url removed, login to view], META-INF/, etc.)
7. Solution does not need to control JBoss from eclipse. JBoss will be running outside JBoss, so [url removed, login to view] does all the heavy lifting.
8. Keep things simple. There are no JSPs, web pages, etc.
1. Solution needs to be able to be unzipped and imported into latest eclipse.
2. Web service receives a String, and returns a String. Simple.
3. [url removed, login to view] has targets to compile, copy and remove the *.jar file created.
If you think this will take you more than 15 minutes, please don't bother bidding. Because this is cookie-cutter, the lowest bid wins. Simple.