Remote Web Service configuration

Hi, I been developed a Web Service aplication in NetBeans IDE, I already run it in my localhost with server Glassfish, so I would like to Try it in a remote Server, my question is Wich is the file or files for select in the Glassfish console for Deployed?, What is the best configuration for put my web service in the remote glassfish server? and What is the WSDL URL for consuming the Web Service?

I´m working with JAVA EJB and Java Web with JSP

I hope you can help me.
CONSUMING web service
Guillermo Rojas HernándezSubdirector de InformáticaAsked:
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Ray PaseurCommented:
If you are writing the web service (as opposed to just consuming the web service) you have an opportunity to do the right thing here, and make it simple to deploy and easy to use.  Learn about RESTful web services.  The entire WWW is built on RESTful services.  In REST, each request is atomic and complete, and each response is complete and usually instantaneous.  Like the client-server model, the REST model is stateless, and no request depends on a prior request.  This article will tell you more than you ever wanted to know.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Representational_state_transfer

A good example of a RESTful web service is documented here:
http://www.carpool2camp.org/v2api/apidocs.php

HTH, ~Ray
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Guillermo Rojas HernándezSubdirector de InformáticaAuthor Commented:
Hi Ray_Paseur

I comment you, I´m trying to do both the web service and the consuming client, this is my first web service and I going to connect to three remote and diferents data bases,  so I´m using glassfish for deploy the web service, but I don´t know How can I do that?,  Which Files I have to put in to the Server for deploy them?, because I builded the service and the client in Netbeans where I always can run the project, but now I want to deploy in a remote server and build my client to  consuming the service since other LAN with the WSDL URL
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