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From "Bruno Fischel" <bfis...@us.ibm.com>
Subject Re: SOAP deployment descriptor
Date Tue, 04 Jun 2002 17:56:10 GMT

the file .ds IS NOT a Deployment Descriptor it is just the serialized form
of the services currently deployed into the Service Manager. So it allowed
the Service Manager to find out which services are deployed each time you
restart it.
There is a Deployment Descriptor for each web service you create, but you
have to write it,,and this file is used only once, at deploying time.
For simple web services, just use the SOAP admin web page to deploy your
service, you won't need to create any deploment descriptor.


                      "Mudima, Peter"                                                    
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Why is it that once a SOAP deployment descriptor (.ds) is loaded into the
web environment, this is the only (.ds)  available to all web apps?  I have
not been able to find a way to use different (.ds) files for different web
apps.  It seems to always be 1 to 1 with the web environment.
I'm using IIS & Resin's Servlet Engine..

Thanks in advance..

Peter Mudima

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