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Russ Wesh
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I'm relatively new to this and I hope I am posting in the right place as I believe this is related to Tomcat.

I am using a wizard to automatically create a web services server. The problem is that the final
wsdl link that I am given is always set to http://199.119.8.11:10021/web/services/ConvertTemp?wsdl
where the 199 address is the iseries hostname and ConvertTemp is the service name.

I need to change /web and /services to accept uppercase as the link becomes invalid for some reason when I try
to do this.

/web is the context root and I can change this easy enough but I am unsure where to go or how to change
/services to default to uppercase upon deployment of a new web service or just accept uppercase in general.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I have been stuck here for days and I am at a point where I am clueless
as to what to do.
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Sujeeth Pakala
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I do not understand what you mean by web services server. IBM Websphere comes with JAX-WS/JAX-RPC which already provides web service runtimes.

The context root is defined in the web.xml of your application.
 
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