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THE WEBSERVICES PROXY WIZARD GENERATING MULTIPLE CONF FILES WITH THE SAME CONTENT (Doc ID 987954.1)

Last updated on MAY 08, 2020

Applies to:

Web Services - Version 10.1.3.3.0 to 10.1.3.5 [Release Oracle10g to AS10gR3]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

When using JDeveloper's wizard to create a webservice proxy, multiple configuration files are generated. There are two ProjectNameSOAP_Stub.xml and one ProjectName-client-webservices.xml - are generated at different locations, but have apparently the same content.

Example
-"ProjectNameSOAP_Stub.xml" is generated in "src"
-"ProjectNameSOAP_Stub.xml" is generated in "src\.\proxy\runtime"
-"ProjectName-client-webservices.xml" is generated in "src\.\proxy\"

Why is the wizard generating these three configuration files ?


Steps to reproduce are the following:

- Create webservice proxy new/business tier/webservices/webserviceproxy
- Specify WSDL (any WSDL can be used)
- create proxy from the wizard
- on the generated proxy, right click and select "secure proxy"
- select "use X509 to authenticate"
- do not check "sign outbound messages"
- do not check "verify inbound sign body request"
- do not check "decrypt inbound message content"
- specify keystore information (any keystore can be used)

The content of the generated "xxxSOAP_Stub.xml" (generated twice) and "xxx-client-webservices.xml" (generated once) files are exactly the same. Where "xxx" is your project name.




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