|Re: Doubt in Advanced Transfer and WebService [message #871746 is a reply to message #870967]
||Mon, 14 May 2012 19:27
| Randy Childers
Registered: July 2009
The webservice support for version 4.0 has been completely rewritten, so
none of the previous behaviors will be applicable now. The ambitious
goal of the rewrite was to create a more flexible and easily
configurable interface for dealing with webservices. That beid said,
the idea is that once you drop the .wsdl into your webservices folder,
you then drop a webservice module onto your canvas, wire it up, then
double-click it and configure the inputs/outputs. However, there's a
lot of possible variabilty in how the .wsdl's are put together, which
makes it an extremely difficult feature to test completely. This is my
roundabout way of saying that I found a bug in the webservices system
when working with your .wsdl. Once it's resolved, I'll post here again.
Apologies for the inconvenience,
In <email@example.com> Ullas V wrote:
> Hi Randy,
> Previously i am using vtp 3.0 but there web service module is not
> working now I am using vtp 4.0 and i am trying to check the soap web
> service call module. but i am not able to find out how i can pass the
> value to my web service module.
> In 3.0 version when i am dropping the wsdl file to the Webservces
> folder i am able to see those variables which ever i am using in my
> web serivce. If i am dropping the wsdl file in 4.0 i am not able to
> see those variables.
> my call design is begin--> play prompt --> Soap Webservice --> return
> when ever i am deploying this module in tomcat on starting itself
> tomcat is throwing some error. the wsdl file and error coming while
> starting of the tomcat and the logs of my call flow i am attaching..
> please help me to find a solution for this..
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