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I use axis2 web service framework and faced a painful issue recently.
This is what i faced,
1) My application invokes a web service method "A"
2) I wanted to define another method named "B" in my web service which performs a different operation altogher. Here is my service definition in wsdl,


Should work right? WRONG!
No exception / error messages. axis without a hiccup invoked method A whenever my application invoked the new method "B".
I had to discover a services.xml where the A operation was defined and then add another operation B and worked like magic.
Why should i define the same operations in two places in the same project?
 
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