Re: Looking for a cook book: Howto configure the config files

From: Doug Kohlert <Doug.Kohlert_at_Sun.COM>
Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2004 10:22:49 -0700

See if the white papers below help.

Part 1 is available at and Part 2
is available at

Karl Brandt @ PDTec wrote:

>Newbie question:
>I have had tough times to get into jwsdp. Because I was given just a WSDL
>file and I'm still working to get that beast implemented on Client and
>Server side.
>I had severe problems to get the entries in config.xml (server) ,
>jaxrpc-ri.xml, config.xml(client) and *.wsdl file
>(<service><port><soap:address location="xyz">) right to get the first
>communication between client and server going.
>In this case that means a simple "Hello" took me about a week to get it
>going. (You may lough about that).
>Just to explain why I did not had the freedom to start from scratch: The
>wsdl-file given is or going to be part of an OMG-standard and I had to
>swollow it as it is, more or less.
>Now to my question:
>Is there any simple( but extensive :-) ) guide, maybe a matrix, where with a
>*.wsdl as starting point and the name spaces defined there in, someone can
>deduct what the config files must contain, to avoid 404-errors ?
>Any such kind of information is highly welcome.
>P.S. I know about and used:
>O'reilly; Java Web Services in a nutshell
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