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Subject Re: Document-style web services
Date Fri, 05 Mar 2004 13:42:15 GMT
If you specify a value for the wsdlFile in your <service> element, this
file will be returned instead of the dynamically generated WSDL when a user
visits /axis/services/ServiceName?wsdl


                    Nicholas Remy                                                        
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I'm pretty sure you can (in the service's .wsdd file, maybe?) override
Axis' return of the generated WSDL--instead exposing your hand-built WSDL
to any client that looks at your service.

Nick Remy

                                                                            "Vivek Nagulapati"
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 03/04/2004 08:28 PM                                   .org                              
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                      Subject                       Document-style
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Hello All,

I am trying to develop a document-style web service. I hand-coded the WSDL
for this web service as Axis generated RPC-styled WSDL.

How can one expose this web service to clients like .NET to create
client-side stubs? The WSDL generated on-the-fly when clients access this
document-style web service is STILL RPC-styled....


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