This series is about building an empty shell application that contains an EJB3 stateless session bean, a JAX-WS web service, and a web application that acts as the EJB and web service clients. I personally built it for performance testing purpose; so I can plug-in "in-doubt" java code to oberve how they handle concurrency in a server environment. But this will serve as a tutorial for those who are interested.
Part 1 : Project Setup
Part 2 : EJB3 and JAX-WS Implementation
Part 3 : Develop EJB3 client
Part 4 : Develop JAX-WS client
Tutorial : Building EJB3 Stateless Session Bean and JAX-WS web service In One Class Using RAD 7.5 - Project Setup
1. From Java EE perspective, create a new EJB project.
2.Enter Project Name.Click Next.
4. Create a new Bean. New -> Session Bean.