could you please attach a document with your messages instead a LINK to login to GMAIL Account, or open a case with CA Support and placed the docu on the case SFTP DIR for analyse.
hi, could you please review the question again.. sorry for mistakes..
Please have a look into CA Gen Sample APP and JSP Java Proxies targeting an EJB deployed to JBoss
What is the version of Axis you are using?
I see you are referencing the 8.5 Web Service Wizard Guide so I assume you are using Gen 8.5?
If you are using the Gen 8.5/8.6 supported version of Apache Axis (1.4) for the Web Service Wizard (Third-Party Software Version - CA Gen - 8.5 - CA Technologies Documentation) it is likely there is some incompatibility problem of Axis version 1.4 with reasonably modern versions of WebSphere like 8.5/8.6. JBoss 5.1 being an older release of JBoss probably has Axis 1.x compatibility.
The original Axis project has been superseded by Axis2 which I believe would be compatible with WebSphere but Axis2 is not compatible with the Gen Web Service Wizard (some Axis history here: Apache Axis - Wikipedia , Apache Axis2 - Wikipedia)
The Gen Web Service Wizard was the first Gen offering for web services. Since then other Gen web service options are now available which are also easier/simpler to implement. For your WebSphere EJB server I would strongly suggest that you simply generate the server for "EJB Web Services" instead of "EJB" which will immediately give you a Web Service for that EJB after deployment to WebSphere. More details here:
Construction and Deployment in EJB - CA Gen - 8.5 - CA Technologies Documentation
You can also create custom web services based on the default EJB Web Service: Use Custom web services - CA Gen - 8.5 - CA Technologies Documentation
Gen clients can also connect to servers using Gen Web Services Middleware: CA Gen 8.5 Changes Until the Release of CA Gen Interim Enhancement 1 - CA Gen - 8.5 - CA Technologies Documentation
Hope that helps