I created a doc literal web service in Integration Server, generated
a WSDL for it using Developer and tested it successfully with a web
Using Eclipse 2.1x and the Glue Eclipse plugin, I created a new project and added a web reference to my WSDL (stored on the file system). All the classes and types were created as expected.
I added a test class with a main method that used the Glue-generated “helper” method to bind to the WSDL and invoke the correct method in my web service. I modified the helper class slightly to use a ProxyContext to specify the authentication information and to explicity set the style to “document”.
Using TCPmon (or the Glue soap logging), I can see that the correct soap message was generated, with the exception that there is no prefix (e.g. “xs:”) on the QName and no namespace associated with that prefix.
Since the default IS soap processor needs those two items to lookup the universal name, my service fails with a “[ISS.0088.9122] Service :<servicename> does not exist” error returned in a soap fault.
How do I tell Glue (either in my generated WSDL or explicitly) to use a namespace prefix?
BTW, my soap rpc equivalent of this doc lit web service works great.
Sample WSDL File
employeeActionRequest.wsdl (5.0 k)