|Re: [wtp-dev] Web Services Explorer|
The Web Services Explorer was implemented as a Web application because ultimately we would like the Web Services Explorer to be capable of running on a standalone Web servers such as Tomcat, as well as in the Eclipse environment. This will provide a thin client approach for publishing/discovering from UDDI/WSIL and invoking Web services. As for the Tomcat v50 issue, thanks for bringing this up. We'll investigate this issue. Jeff "Ed Burnette" <Ed.Burnette@sas. com> To Sent by: <wtp-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx> wtp-dev-admin@ecl cc ipse.org Subject [wtp-dev] Web Services Explorer 07/26/2004 11:44 AM Please respond to wtp-dev I was wondering why the Web Services Explorer was implemented as an application in Tomcat instead of a regular Eclipse view? Also I have Preferences > Server > Installed Runtimes pointing to Tomcat v5.0, but there is a separate option under Preferences > Web Services > Server and Runtime that doesn't list Tomcat v5.0 as an option - what's up with that? This is blocking evaluation of the wizard to create a web service.
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