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From "Russell Butek" <>
Subject Re: WSDD & WSDL
Date Mon, 14 Jan 2002 14:13:06 GMT
1.  WSDD and WSDL are NOT the same.  WSDD is used by the server-side to
deploy a service.  WSDL is used by the client-side to access the service.

2.  My guess is that Java2WSDL was used improperly.  You must at least
provide a -l"<location>" option.  See the user's guide.  (Rich, is there a
way to make Java2WSDL recognize when it has insufficient data?)

3.  I'm not sure I understand what you mean.  To deploy you call "java
org.apache.axis.client.AdminClient deploy.wsdd".  What's missing?

Russell Butek

kevin yong <> on 01/13/2002 11:47:15 AM

Please respond to

Subject:  WSDD & WSDL

i'm testing axis. 3 issues:

1. after creating a web-service in a Java class, we
need to
    a) deploy to Axis in a .WSDD file
    b) publish to a UDDI register (such as IBM UDDI
Test Register) in a .WSDL file
    i'm just thinking these two files are basically
the same. can we consolidate them together into one
file (.WSDL), which means Axis can directly take a
.WSDL file for depolying ?

2. i used your Java2Wsdl program convert your
samples.urguider.exmple3.Myservice into a .WSDL file.
it works. However, when i tried to use your Wsdl2java
to convert the same .WSDL file back to Java files
(stubs), it does NOT work. it report error saying
'endpoint is invalide...'

3. in 'SOAP', there is 'admin' available to do deploy,
but this feature is NOT available in Axis. i just
wondering if it is a useful feature to keep ?

thank you very much for your attention.


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