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WSDL?
Last Post 04 Aug 2014 08:18 PM by frank.ning. 22 Replies.
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04 Aug 2014 10:23 AM
And I did choose "Deploy Enterprise Java Beans" and "Deploy Web Services" when I deployed the DTS ear to WAS. I can get WSDL within the WAS integrated Console. However, I am not able to make the WSDL URL work to create java client as documented in your web service guide. Again, none of the following URLs works:


http://localhost:9080/dtsserverejb/...DaoWS?wsdl
http://localhost:9080/soap/DtsQueryDaoWS?wsdl

But DTS browser (http://localhost:9080/dtsserverws/) works.
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04 Aug 2014 10:37 AM
I dug in more and find the following working URL. Is this something that you need to update your document or fix your code?

http://localhost:9080/dtsserverejb/...rvice?wsdl

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Frank
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04 Aug 2014 08:18 PM
I found that the following URL works:

http://localhost:9080/dtsserverejb/...rvice?wsdl

This is different from the one documented.

Should the document be updated or the DTS codes be fixed?

Thanks and regards
Frank
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