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I have been tasked with converting an existing servlet based application into a webservice. We will be using latest websphere app server and WSAD 5.0.0.
As I understand following will be the steps I need to do.
Create a webservice wrapper for the application using WSAD.
Install the ear file in application server.
Provide the WSDL files for the users .
Since this will be on the intranet, I understand we will be using a private registry. Is that part of the latest webspehre? Do I need to download or install anything separately for the UDDI?
Am I close or way off? Can someone give me the steps on a high level?
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A private UDDI Registry is provided as a separate installation disk for WebSphere 5.0 ND. However, if this is only one application, I would question the need for a UDDI registry. You may be better off just allowing people to access the WSDL files through an intranet web page. UDDI would probably be overkill for this.
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