All J2EE 1.4 platforms.
All J2EE modules that contain a web service are required to provide information that allows deployment tools to locate the classes that implement the service, the WSDL document describing its service interface, and a mapping file that describes how that interface should be mapped to elements of the Java programming language. The location of this file depends on the archive in which it resides:
For a web service hosted by a servlet, the file belongs to the
hosting web application and must be called
For an EJB-hosted web service, the file is placed in the same EJB JAR
file as the implementing bean and is called
The content of this file is defined by an XML Schema document that can be downloaded from http://www.ibm.com/webservices/xsd/j2ee_web_services_1_1.xsd. An outline of the content of this file is shown in Example 8-12.
Example 8-12. The webservices.xml file
<webservices> <webservice-description> <!-- One or more --> <description>text</description> <!-- Optional --> <display-name>text</display-name> <!-- Optional --> <icon> <!-- Optional --> <small-icon>name</small-icon> <!-- Optional --> <large-icon>name</large-icon> <!-- Optional --> </icon> <web-service-description-name>name</web-service-description-name> <wsdl-file>file-location</wsdl-file> <jaxrpc-mapping-file>file-location</jaxrpc-mapping-file> <port-component> <!-- One or more --> <description>text</description> ...