Retrieving a WSDL from an Deployed Service
In this post we are going to discuss how to do to get the WSDL source from a deployed Web Service using the TIBCO BW technology. Usually when we build web service using other technologies like Java (Axis2, JAX-WS or something-related) or .net automatically we can access to the path http://path?wsdl and get the WSDL source of your service, but this is not happen in TIBCO BW by default.
Here are the steps
First you have to do is deploy the Enterprise Archive associated with this development,
In the configuration of the deployment, you have available the following properties
And now, you can reached the WSDL of the process by using inspection.wsil e-g http://server:port/inspection.wsil
location part is your actual wsdl
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Excellent post. I’m dealing with a few of these issues as