Does anyone have any experience with WID? We've run into a problem where WSDL files imported into WID is unable to resolve complex data types (does anyone at IBM test this stuff?!! or do they just throw it onto the market...) What's even funnier - the WSDL files were generated by Another IBM product - RAD 6. Anyone have any suggestions or experience with this product?
I've run the web service which uses is described by this WSDL file on WAS 6.0. The service works correctly. The error that I'm getting is that the type reference "http://test.com#SimpleObject" is unresolved.
here's the snippet of the Types seciton
I still think it's a WID issue rather than the WSDL issue.
[ December 14, 2005: Message edited by: Michael Valentino ] [ December 14, 2005: Message edited by: Michael Valentino ]
what exactly are you trying to do, are you trying to invoke an existing running web service from a SCA Module as a web service Import?
Roland Barcia: IBM Distinguished Engineer, CTO Mobile for Lab Services
Joined: Nov 01, 2005
We basically want to invoke this service in a BPEL process. The WSDL was imported from an existing service we have. I'm pretty new to WID, so I'm not sure what exactly an SCA module is. What we've done previously was just import the WSDL as a web service, and use a simple BPEL process to invoke it (and other services as well). However, when we import this service into WID, we immediately get validation errors that did not appear in the Web Service project in RAD.
Joined: Apr 15, 2004
Well, WID uses a new programming model called SCA which is a new specification recently published by IBM, BEA, Oracle and other vendors. It is a programming model for building SCA applications. WID relies on this technology. Take a look at these articles for an introduction: