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Top-Down Java beans Web service Error

 
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Hi All,
I have created the Top-Down Java beans Web service from given WSDL. The service deploys, I can access the WSDL from other applications and view it in the browser & can be loaded the service through Test Web Service Explorer as well.

The WebServices Explorer however does not work & always returning an error:

IWAB0135E An unexpected error has occurred.404 Not Found

I'm Using RAD 7.0

Any Idea Please ..

Thanks
dhanuxp

 
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Hi!
I don't think there is anything wrong with your web service, but rather with the Test Web Service Explorer.
I suggest you to use some other tool, like soapUI (http://www.eviware.com/), to test your web service.
Best wishes!
 
dhanu manjula
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Ivan Krizsan wrote:Hi!
I don't think there is anything wrong with your web service, but rather with the Test Web Service Explorer.
I suggest you to use some other tool, like soapUI (http://www.eviware.com/), to test your web service.
Best wishes!



Hi Ivan,
Many Thanks for your input & one more things to ask,

In the create Web service wizard of the RAD 7.0, if I select
Web Service runtime: IBM Websphere JAX-RPC
it gave above error but
Web Service runtime: Apache Axis
Everything seems ok in RAD 7.0,
Really confusing about why can’t use Webshpere JAX-RPC runtime environment.
Please explain..

Thanks
Dhanu
 
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Hi!

dhanu manjula wrote:
Really confusing about why can’t use Webshpere JAX-RPC runtime environment.


Sorry, I have no idea why - I do not use RAD myself.
Best wishes!
 
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