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From Peter Lin <>
Subject Re: WebService Testing...
Date Wed, 02 Feb 2005 13:00:31 GMT
please try this version from my directory

if you're using jmeter 2.0.1 or 2.0.2 there's a bug in how it handles
wsdl. the fix was checked in last summer, but I forget to merge it to
the 2.0.2 line from HEAD.

please give that a try. it should work with axis, .NET, the mind
electric glue, and jwsdp generated wsdl.


On Wed, 2 Feb 2005 11:04:23 -0000, Nanda, Anshuman
<> wrote:
> Greetings Everyone,
>         I am new to this group.  Have just started using Jmeter.  I want to
> use it to test webservice which are I deployed on my local WSAD Test
> environment.
>         When I provide the WSDL URL :
> http://localhost:9080/CORE/services/SeminarMaintenance?wsdl,  and click
> "Load WSDL",  it does nothing.  Neither it throws any error on the test
> server which is running in WSAD.  Can someone help me out to resolve this.
> It would be nice to know if anyone has used it to test the WebServices
> deployed on IBM WAS, or in other words, Java WebServices.
>         Thanks & Regards,
>         Anshuman Nanda
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