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Problem when create client for web services because of XSD import url

 
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Hi
Thank you for reading my post.
we have problem when we want to create client for our web services
deployed inot Glassfish.
Indeed the root of problem is the xsd url that is included into the WSDL
by netbeans or glassfish.
for example we have installed glassfish on our test server which has a
valid ip address.

when we check the WSDL it has something like this included into the WSDL
file


and here is the complete WSDL file:


Test server is our server name which has a valid IP address.
Now that we want to create a client for this web service from a remote
computer, using netbeans, it return this error:

how we can fix this problem?
I should say that we used Netbeans to create web services.

Thanks

[ January 13, 2007: Message edited by: raminaa niilian ]

[ January 13, 2007: Message edited by: raminaa niilian ]
[ January 13, 2007: Message edited by: raminaa niilian ]
 
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