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Changeing the WDSL effect on WebService consumer
Joined: Nov 08, 2008
Apr 29, 2009 22:50:28
I am asked to write a general webservice to serve something like 5-10 clients (webservice consumers).
The return for this method in WS is an Object of strings (simple object).
If I changed anything in the object, this will change the WSDL ofcourse, and if the consumer is calling this method, he will get error parsing the new SOAP message.
So, I will have to inform all my clients to parse the new WSDL file once my EAR file is on production, and to deploy thier EAR files immediately, having a risk on synchronization between all parties!
Does anybody have an idea how to solve this issue (changeing the WDSL effect on client)?
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