2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 8, 2010 1:55 PM by xbytemanx

    Proxy-config wsdl question

    xbytemanx

      When defining my destenatoin in the proxy-config.xml, Is it possible to point to a wdsl  located on the local file system?

      I am trying to connect TIBCO web-services which do not advertise the WSDL.

      -jh

        • 1. Re: Proxy-config wsdl question
          JSPNightmare

          You peaked my interest so I did the following.

           

          FIrst, I found a simple service (calculate) online and copied it's WSDL to my local drive.

           

          http://www.dneonline.com/calculator.asmx?WSDL

           

          I added the file reference to it in my proxy-config.xml.

           

          <wsdl>file://c:/calculator.wsdl</wsdl>

           

          No luck!

           

          However, since I had the WSDL, I placed it on my local TOMCAT (LCDS) instance so that I could reference it via HTTP.

           

           

          <destination id="testWSDLFile">

           

           

          <properties>

           

           

          <wsdl>http://localhost:8400/lcds/wsdl/calculator.wsdl</wsdl>

           

           

          <soap>*</soap>

           

           

          </properties>

           

           

          <adapter ref="soap-proxy"/>

           

          </destination>

           

          Once i did that, I could use the Data Service wizard in FlashBuilder and everything seemed to work. I was worried that I might have crossdomain issue-something to consider I suppose. Otherwise .. all good.

           

          Hope that helps some

           

          -bob-

          • 2. Re: Proxy-config wsdl question
            xbytemanx Level 1

            That did help ~ sorry for the late response, I just decided to include the

            WSDL file in the war deployment and self reference it.

             

            I figured that any change i needed to make would require me to redeploy the war anyways.

             

            -jh