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WSDL in JSF Application

chiranjeevi gunturu
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Joined: Mar 02, 2007
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Hi,
I am working on a JSF application and it has a webservice, WSDL file.

I need to test this WSDL by an URL in browser which shows me xml as result. But i am not able to create the URL for this.

Can any one help me on how to create URL for this. I am sure the WSDL is consumed by 3rd party app but i donot know how to test it.

Am creating an URL as http://localhost:9080/<root-context-name>/<xxx-xxx>/<ABCServicesImpl>(WSDL-Name)?wsdl

Many Thanks in advance.
Tim Holloway
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JSF itself isn't a web services framework. Most often, you'd pair it with a web services framework such as Apache Axis.

The web services would then be mapped to go to the Axis Servlet instead of the JSF servlet, and the Axis Servlet would return WSDL in response to a properly-formed http GET request (as illustrated in the Axis documentation).


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