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Multiple endpoints in a server object?

Willie Peloquin
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Joined: Dec 20, 2009
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Hi,

I just started working with web services. I am utilizing Eclipse with Tomcat and CXF to develop server applications. I have generated an executable (or whatever it is called) and deployed it on Tomcat with a single WSDL. I am trying to add a second WSDL to the first executable. When I do this, the WAR file loads, but the service never starts up. Can I have 2 endpoints in a single service? I have about a dozen WSDLs to deploy, should I just create a separate server object and WAR file for each one?

Thanks,

Willie
 
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