|Re: Share my webservices [message #189844 is a reply to message #189820]
||Thu, 15 March 2007 14:08
| Andrew Mak
Registered: July 2009
> Now I want to share my web services with our patner that give us the
> intizial wsdl file but I have no idea to do this.
> Suppose that my url is http://myserver:8080 and the complete path of my
> project is http://myserver:8080/myPorject.
I assume you would like to know how to let your partner invoke the web
service that you've created. If so, take a look at the wsdl that WTP
generated for you, look for the endpoint url in there which would look
Now if you append a ?wsdl to that url and access it through a browser,
you'll actually get back a version of the wsdl file that can be used by
your partner to generate a client to invoke your service. i.e., you should
give this url to your partner:
> I've another question about the architeture of the project created with
> The WTP (1.5) wizard add to my library axis.jar. Then in my Tomcat I dont
> need to install Axis because It's buil in my project, Right?
Right, the axis jar are in your project's WEB-INF/lib directory
> If this is true, How can I access to the axis functionality like the
> AdminConsole, the list of exposed webservices etc?
For this I'll refer you to the axis user-guide . Specifically, take a
look at the "Publishing Web Services with Axis" section.
Hope this helps
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