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Felipe Reis
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Hi!
I have a very basic question that I'm sure it will be quickly answered...

I've created a CASA project which contains a BPEL project and deployed it on glassfish. My BPEL project contains a couple of WSDL files which represent web services. Now I need to call these web services from another application (not related to Java or Netbeans), and I need to know the address under which I can find the WSDLs. I guess it would be something like http://localhost/myCASAProjectsName/myWSDLFileName
or something similar....

Where can I find this information?
 
Jimmy Clark
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The address of a service is in it's WSDL file.
 
prithi rajan
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try using this http://localhost/myCASAProjectsName?WSDL
 
Felipe Reis
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The address of a service is in it's WSDL file.


would it be on the value of the targetNamespace attribute?
 
Jimmy Clark
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would it be on the value of the targetNamespace attribute?


No.
 
Dan Drillich
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Retrieving a WSDL file from Enterprise Server might be useful.

Regards,
Dan
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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