Next, we test the web service. Start the WebLogic server if not already started. First, we run the
build-client target, which also runs the preceding targets. Subsequently, we run the
run target to run the client.
When the EAR application is deployed, the WebLogic Server and the JAX-WS runtime generate the WSDL file, which may be accessed with the given URL:
Select the EJB3Model project and select View | Refresh. The compiled classes for the EJB 3.0 entity and session beans, the compiled classes for the Web Service class, and the
EJB3WSImpl.war get displayed in the Application navigator. The
ejb3.jar and the
ejb3webservice.ear also get displayed...