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If the service is deployed successfully, you should see the link to your WSDL at this
 
If the service is deployed successfully, you should see the link to your WSDL at this
 
address: « http: //<your server>:<port>/<deployment name>/services ».
 
address: « http: //<your server>:<port>/<deployment name>/services ».
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===Is it doable with stp to create a Web Service based on an implementation class ===
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STP does support that, it also support to create a web service based on a Java interface, but you need setup a Web Service runtime implementation, like Apache CXF

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Eclipse SOA Tools Frequent Asked Questions

This list of frequently asked questions should be your first resort when you have any queries about the SOA Tools Platform project. If you have identified a FAQ that is not in this list, please add it to the list. You will need a bugzilla user id in order to edit the page.

Looking for FAQ's related to the development of WTP? See the Committer FAQ.

General

If I want to integrate my ESB runtime with STP, do I have to change it so that it can natively accept the artifacts defined in the STP Assembly Model?

No. Since STP is a framework you can construct extensions to the packaging and deployment facilities offered by STP. Your extensions will do the work of making sure that the STP Assembly and your runtime can work together.


Service Creation

After deploying a web service, what's the address of the server

If the service is deployed successfully, you should see the link to your WSDL at this address: « http: //<your server>:<port>/<deployment name>/services ».


Is it doable with stp to create a Web Service based on an implementation class

STP does support that, it also support to create a web service based on a Java interface, but you need setup a Web Service runtime implementation, like Apache CXF