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From viviana perropane <vivperser...@gmail.com>
Subject Unexpected port number in auto created WSDL
Date Thu, 11 Jun 2009 11:05:15 GMT
I’m a java developer,  I’m developing a Web service using Axis2.
I’m using the “Service Archiver” tool to build the .aar storage files for my
project.
I have a problem with the wsdl port auto generated  by Axis2.
My web application runs under TomcatApache on a local LAN machine. I have to
configure the local address to point to the public address.
I have changed the axis2.xml file using the following parameters:
<parameter name="hostname" locked="true">
www.myHost.com<http://www.myhost.com/></parameter>
     <parameter name="httpFrontendHostUrl">
http://www.myHost.com/WebServiceWS
<http://www.myhost.com/WebServiceWS></parameter>
On my pc It auto generates the following parameters:
<wsdl:service name="MyServiceName">
    <wsdl:port name="MyServiceNameHttpSoap11Endpoint"
binding="ns:MyServiceNameSoap11Binding">
        <soap:address location="
http://www.myHost.com:9080/WebServiceWS/services/MyService.MyServiceNameHttpSoap11Endpoint/"/><http://www.myhost.com:9080/WebServiceWS/services/MyService.MyServiceNameHttpSoap11Endpoint/%22/%3E>
    </wsdl:port>

</wsdl:service>
>From the auto generated Wsdl port by Axis2, I can see in the  address
location port which usually refers to the ApacheTomcat address . How can I
eliminate this port? (from my code I would like to be able to
disable/eliminate the port i.e 9080 or configure it myself)  Is it possible
to configure this port using an external file.
I thank you in advanced for any help you may be able to give me.
Regards
Dott.ssa Viviana Perropane

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