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EclipseLink DBWS: Simple Example

This simple example illustrates how EclipseLink DBWS can be used to generate a JAX-WS web service based on a very simple database schema. This example is based on:

For more DBWS examples please see:

This example consists of three phases:

  1. WAR generation
  2. WAR deployment
  3. Test the generated JAX-WS web service

Running the Example

  1. Download the example - Clone the examples GIT repo
  2. Configure database and application server information for use by the DBWS builder (${project.basedir}/dbws-builder.xml)
  3. Configure application server information for use by the DBWS runtime (${examples.home}/dbws/ The following two properties must be set according to the target application server: - - Valid values for each are: - WebLogic - org.eclipse.persistence.platform.server.wls.WebLogic_10_Platform - org.eclipse.persistence.transaction.wls.WebLogicTransactionController - GlassFish - org.eclipse.persistence.platform.server.sunas.SunAS9ServerPlatform - org.eclipse.persistence.transaction.sunas.SunAS9TransactionController - JBoss - org.eclipse.persistence.platform.server.jboss.JBossPlatform - org.eclipse.persistence.transaction.jboss.JBossTransactionController - WebSphere - org.eclipse.persistence.platform.server.was.WebSphere_7_Platform - org.eclipse.persistence.transaction.was.WebSphereTransactionController
  4. Run the packaging: run.builder/mvn
  5. Deploy the generated WAR to a compatible target server
  6. Test the generated web service: service.test/mvn