By edort on Jun 12, 2009
If you're like most developers, you're always looking for shortcuts that simplify developing and testing code. In this Tech Tip, Metro architect Harold Carr describes
just such a helpful shortcut -- a common ant build file that simplifies the task of building and testing Metro-based services. The build file can builds a service from a WSDL description or from a Java class annotated with @WebService. It then either creates a WAR file and deploys the WAR file to a container or it invokes the
Endpoint.publish() method to publish the web service endpoint using the HTTP server built into the Java platform.
Read about it in the tip A Common Ant Build File for Metro-Based Services and Clients.