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schemaLocation Problem (Netbeans and Remote BPEL-Services)

Heinrich He
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Joined: Feb 26, 2008
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I there,

did anyone ever deploy and test BPEL Services running on a remote Glassfish installation?

Coding and deploying seems to be working. But I think i forgot a configration option. Because the schmeLocations in the automatic generated xml File are wrong.

the deplayed wsdl files are always pointing to:
http://mySillyServername.localdomain:18181/....CompositeAppAddr../
instead of a correct ip address/dns-name:
http://10.3.3.33:18181/....

Where do i config the remote wsdl services or casa port bindings? Is there a hidden Netbeans Config File?

If I deploy only the .xsd and .wsdl files on my local domain and test the BPEL-Composite-App with the SOAP-UI (Eclipse-Plugin), the CompositeApp is working (remotely!!). But Netbeans still wont test it because of SOAP Port Binding errors..
 
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