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creating the wsdl + Pleeezz help

kishani liyanage
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hi i used the ibm test registry along with the uddi4j API. i want to know how i could create a wsdl file for the services published in the ibm test registry so that i could get the web service.
ps: im using axis to deploy web services
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Originally posted by kishani liyanage:
hi i used the ibm test registry along with the uddi4j API. i want to know how i could create a wsdl file for the services published in the ibm test registry so that i could get the web service.
ps: im using axis to deploy web services

You can get the WSDL for a web service deployed on Axis by appending "?wsdl" to the end of the web service's endpoint URL. For example, if your web service endpoint is "http://wavendon.dsdata.co.uk/axis/services/WhoisData", you should point your browser to "http://wavendon.dsdata.co.uk/axis/services/WhoisData?wsdl".


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