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  • Latest Post - ‏2010-05-26T14:18:44Z by SystemAdmin
SystemAdmin
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Pinned topic Web service Context information

‏2010-05-26T08:46:37Z |
Hej All,
Is there any possibility/trick to generate web service context information?
I have a web service and would like to provide the context information, but I only get wsdl file but NOT context information.
e.g. http://ApplicanceDataIP:Port/mywebservice
always returns the following message.
Web Services
No JAX-WS context information available.
 
 Sincerely,
Salai
Updated on 2010-05-26T14:18:44Z at 2010-05-26T14:18:44Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    How to find the URL

    ‏2010-05-26T14:18:44Z  
    Here’s how to find the exact address of a “Provide Service” endpoint:

    1. Create the endpoint
    a. Create a new WebService Endpoint
    b. Specify the Provide Option
    c. Specify a meaningful name of the Path, in this instance “CIMockSaveErrors”


    2. Upload the project to the target Machine
    3. Ensure you have the address correct, using the following formula:

    Formula:
    http://:Port if not 80/Path Value/Orchestration Name/Version of Project?WSDL

    Example:

    http://10.10.5.96:80/CIMockSaveErrors/Orchestration/1.0?WSDL

    If you increment the version number, this will change the address that the service will be hosted at.

    4. Enter this value into a web browser and ensure you get the wsdl for the service that you expect

    5. I recently found that if you specify value/value2 in the Path location, this will override the Orchestration name portion

    Hope that Helps,
    David