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WSDL file with Axis2

 
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Working on web services (Eclipse) with Axis1 you can see the created wsdl files inside the web-content folder. I'm wondering where does Axis2 creates the wsdl files? Are them created in run time when you call the "Service?wsdl" url or what??
 
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Hi Hernan,

I'm wondering where does Axis2 creates the wsdl files?


Depends on "outputLocation" and "outputFileName" of Axis2 Java2WSDL task.

Are they created in run time when you call the "Service?wsdl" url or what??


They should already be created and could be accessed with path prefix you mentioned.
 
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Naren Chivukula wrote:
Depends on "outputLocation" and "outputFileName" of Axis2 Java2WSDL task.



Thanks Naren!
But where do I find those options? I'm working with Eclipse Helios - Tomcat 7 and seems that preferences and Axis2 Web Admin doesn't have anything related.
 
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Hi Hernan,
Not sure of how Helios works! I'm afraid, if you don't find solution in Helios, you may use ant build script to do the job. Here is a link, which hopefully can help you in scripting.
 
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