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From Muhammad Imran <>
Subject Re: [Axis2] How to check when i uploaded a service and/or a new version of the service to axis2?
Date Tue, 03 Jun 2014 14:58:02 GMT
Thanks for the answer, however, Is there anyway to read the wsdl of a web
service from inside...

For instance, when i put a service .aar file in axis2 services
repository..when axis2 starts, it check that i have a new service. During
that time, I also want to know that i have a service with a name and a
particular wsdl file..I want to keep this wsdl file for further references.
however, I want to do this from inside the axis2....I dont want to read the
wsdl file from outside and keep track of it..

Is there any way to write a handler which gives me the possibility to read
the wsdl file of a service? I currently have the logging handler but it
tells me about service invocation and method details...

I hope my question is clear :)

On Tue, Jun 3, 2014 at 4:48 PM, areeg samir <> wrote:

> As I know if you uploaded the same file.aar two times the axis2 server
> will display a fault which telling you that service existed before.
> About the changes in the file, you can see the wsdl of the uploaded file
> which telling you about the service methods, protocol...etc.
> On Mon, Jun 2, 2014 at 12:51 AM, Muhammad Imran <>
> wrote:
>> hello to everybody:-
>> I will put my questions into few steps :)
>> Step1: I uploaded a service named foo to axis2 server, lets say i used
>> tomcat to do so. (but it could be simply putting the .aar file)
>> Step2. I made some changes to the service foo (using eclipse or
>> netbeans), compiled and build a newer version (with the same name)
>> Step3: I upladed foo again to the axis2 server (lets say i used tomcat to
>> do so).
>> Question: Is there any way to know that I uploaded foo two times to the
>> axis2 server???
>> Moreover, Is there anyway to know that the schema of foo is changed,
>> i.e., the second foo contains additional methods?
>> I would like to know if there are any handlers or modules in Axis2 which
>> i can write or configure to answer the question..
>> any help would be really appreciated...
> --
> *Thank you for your time and consideration.SincerelyAreeg Samir*

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