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Generating a WSDL in Axis2 deployed localhost on JBoss

Jon Greenwood
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Joined: Mar 13, 2011
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Hi

I am trying to understand how to amend the <soap:address location=
attribute for the WSDL of an Axis2 webService deployed locally on JBoss.
This was originally an Axis1 webService. It does NOT use annotations to define @WebService

Code:

I am able to amend the services.xml file and remove <operation> elements and change the <parameter name="ServiceClass"> to an empty ServiceClass.
This successfully removes the operations but has no bearing on the <wsdl:port>.
I am beginning to think that this is configured by JBoss.

Can anyone please advise how this part of the WSDL gets generated?

Thanks in advance
 
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