|Web Service Life Cycle [message #182245]
||Sun, 05 November 2006 22:19
Originally posted by: subsub.subtopic.cc|
These web service wizards are going to be great - eventually.
Currently though there are alot of problems - too many to mention
After about 4 or 5 saturdays of effort I finally got a web service and
client to work (using tomcat - jboss seems hopeless).
My question is: now that I have the service working (the simple one that
results from using the wsdl file that the WSDL wizard creates) how do I
get changes from the WSDL editor to propagate throughout the project? For
example, you can right click on the input diagram to add a part, save the
new wsdl file and then what? I have looked everywhere (right clicked
this, looked at that menu, ...) and can find no way to get the service to
rebuild and use the changes that I have made in the WSDL editor. I could
probably do "New -> webservice" but then all of my coding changes would
get eaten up.
What I am planning on doing for now is to 1) use the WSDL editor to make
my first design of any webservice, 2) create a new service by selecting
the "web service" wizard, 3) make any changes and future enhancements by
Thanks for any help or confirmation.
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