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Problem with publishing several WSDL files [message #215842] Fri, 20 June 2008 12:17 Go to next message
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I am using eclipse 3.3.2 with JBOSS 4.2.2 as Application server and
created several top-down webservices with the help of apache axis based on
different WSDL files.

Each webservice was developed in a different dynamic web project. I can
deploy all of the *.war files without errors to a server instance.
Now I want to be able to access all service endpoints. I am just
wondering that after installation and start of the service that the wsdl
file and the service endpoint is still not there. Only when I go through
the wizard again and say: "Test service" the endpoint is accessible
including the wsdl file.

But now I have the problem that I can only do this for one service. Every
time I go through the process again with the next wsdl the other service
endpoints become unaccessible. I tried to to put all services in one
deployment descriptor but it is still not working.

How can I create, deploy, install and test several different webservices
and that every wsdl is accessible via ".../ServiceName?wsdl"?

Thanks for your help.

- Volker
Re: Problem with publishing several WSDL files [message #215879 is a reply to message #215842] Sat, 21 June 2008 09:52 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by:

To become more specific: I don't know how to start a second service within
the same server instance with the webservice wizard of eclipse. Every time
I start the second service the first endpoint is gone but the service is
still deployed. Does anybody know why it shuts down the first service when
I try to start a second one via the webservice wizard?

Thanks for your help.
- Volker
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