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There is no service in specified wsdl file - Error

 
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Hi, i'm getting this error when i want to create the web service in netbeans: there is no service in specified wsdl file

As far as i know, the wsdl is complete Here it is:


What am i doing wrong ? Please help.
 
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Hi!
Even when an operation does not take any parameters, you must have an <input> element inside its <operation> element, like this:

If you do not specify an <input> element, your operation will be a notification operation (see http://www.w3.org/TR/wsdl#_notification). This message exchange pattern is not allowed by the WS-I Basic Profile.
The input message for the above operation looks like this:

Hope this helps!
 
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I tried that and it works. Thank you.
 
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