When you invoke a webservice, all arguments are mandatory, irrespective of how the cfc is coded.
Next, when you invoke a webservice, the webservice attribute has to be the complete http path to your cfc file, followed by ?wsdl. You don't have that.
As far as other applications being able to consume it, the only one I ever wrote was for some .net people. They requested that I return the xml in string format, and without the opening xml tag.
Hey Dan....thanks for the prompt reply.
I added the wsdl and this is what I get when I call the service from this cfm page: http://www.prevu.tv/xyzTest.cfm
Have never seen output like this. Is this correct?
The web service I'm writing is also for some .net developers so it may be that I need to output as string also - this discussion has not taken place yet.
Look's like a cfdump of some xml stuff.