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How to expose a WSDl which is created by using Eclipse IDE

 
Aj Maven
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Hi friends,
I have created a service(interface) with two methods('login','logout'). I created a wsdl file using the Eclipse IDE 'JAVA2WSDL' Codegen plugin. Now that I have the services.wsdl file, how can I expose it. I am new to WS, and have found the wsdl files are exposed with http protocol. How can I expose wsdl which I generated ?
 
Madhan Sundararajan Devaki
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I believe, you need to register your WebService with UDDI Registry.

In the process of registration, you will be asked to supply the WSDL associated with the WebService.

Once registered successfully, your WSDL will be exposed by the UDDI Registry to the outside world over the Internet.
 
Aj Maven
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Web Services is getting me confused !!!
Can you please explain me step by step procedure/ example on how to expose web service methods using JBOss 4.2
 
Ivan Krizsan
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Hi!
You do not need an UDDI registry.
As soon as your web service is successfully deployed, the WSDL of the web service will also be available.
If the service is available from the internet, then the service and its WSDL will also be.
Best wishes!
 
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