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Disabling a single service provider

sagi weisman
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Joined: Sep 09, 2013
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Hello,

I have an ear that contains several web services, the ear is installed on the server and is running. Is there a way in which i can disable only one of the web services (so that users cannot access it) and keep the others alive? of course, without needing to stop the ear or re-install it.

Thanks.
 
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