|Web Service Life Cycle [message #182245]
||Sun, 05 November 2006 17:19
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.
|Re: Web Service Life Cycle [message #182282 is a reply to message #182245]
||Mon, 06 November 2006 11:00
| Andrew Mak
Registered: July 2009
You are correct, currently the web service tools do not allow you to
easily re-factor a web service after it is generated (this is an area that
we definitely want to improve on and contributions are welcome).
For now, you can try turning on the following option in preference, under
Web Services > Resource Management. The option is called "Merge generated
skeleton file". With this enabled, the New Web Service wizard will try to
preserve and merge your existing changes into the new skeleton that it
Hope this helps.
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