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How to Access a JAX-WS web services deployed on WAS

Achla Sharma (31316) | asked Jan 05 '15, 5:53 a.m.

We have a simple JAX-WS web service deployed on WAS The web service uses Axis 2 implementation. We intend to access the web service from an RM widget using AJAX. The questions we have are :

1. How do we invoke the web service to return the wsdl?( So far we can locate the the wsdl file on the server using the .wsdl extension)

2. Is there a possibility to create a web service using WAS JAX-WS Implementation?

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sam detweiler (12.5k6195201) | answered Jan 05 '15, 8:07 a.m.
I few years ago I created a web service to access RTC functions.  I used the wsdl editor in   eclipse to create the WSDL and then axis2 function to generate the service implementation shell from there..

when deployed on a web server I can access the wsdl by calling the service and adding the ?wsdl parm
like this


I just started up my web service for the first time since 2012, and this is how I accessed the wsdl.
when I did this http://localhost:9099/RTCWebService/ (which is the Eclipse project name on the eclipse started server), i get the Axis2 nav panel

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