Re: Context in webservices

From: Szakács Botond <uncas_at_INF.ELTE.HU>
Date: Thu, 09 May 2002 19:34:44 +0200

Thanks, thats working.

Another question would be, how can I deploy different webservices in the
same web application? I managed to access the ServletContext, but the
different webservices use different ServletContexts. I know that the
ServletContexts are different for the individual web applications, so I
figured out, that the solution would be to deploy my webservices in the
same web application.

Regards, Botond.

Simon Horrell wrote:

>Have a look at the JAX-RPC spec and check the
>javax.xml.rpc.server.ServiceLifeCycle interface. The Web service endpoint
>class may implement this interface. Its init() method has a single parameter
>which is a javax.xml.rpc.server.ServletEndpointContext implementation
>provided by the JAX-RPC runtime implementation. This allows access to the
>underlying javax.servlet.ServletContext, javax.servlet.http.HttpSession etc.
>Note that the parameter of the ServiceLifeCycle.init() method used to be a
>javax.servlet.ServletContext in earlier specs.