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What's wrong with my WSDL ?

 
Jose Campana
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Good morning to you all,

I would like to share with you a problem I'm having with a WSDL file, that was generated by NetBeans. I'll post it here next:



Even though it is long, it belongs to a very Basic web service. Now, I'm just a new student to WSDL syntax, so, I do not quite understand why do I get the following error:

WSDL file does not contain port information.

This happens when I use one of NetBeans' wizards, specifically the New Web Service Client wizard.

Could somebody please tell me What's wrong and how can I correct it?

Thanks for all your efforts.

Sincerely,

Jose
 
Jose Campana
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Update:

I got it. I didn't notice that, unlike other Tools, NetBeans does not place the location for the WS.
Instead it just puts: REPLACE_WITH_ACTUAL_URL

Now, let's see what other problem, must I resolve next.


Jose

 
Dan Drillich
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Jose,

Thank you for the example! Interestingly, the tool generated namespaces ns5 and ns6 as duplicates of ns1.

Regards,
Dan
 
Jose Campana
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You're welcome,

I'm glad I can contribute, even if it is a contribution as small as mine.


- Jose
 
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