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This weblog will help in

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  <li>Exposing your Bean as a Web Service

  <li>Consuming the same Web Service in the webdynpro.

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Create your own bean with all the methods as per your requirement, so depending upon the requirement we can expose all the methods as a Web Service else we can select a few among them.<br>

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  <li>Now go to J2EE perspective open the bean, right click on that bean, go to new->Web Service.

  <li>Now there will be a pop up dialog box asking for Web Service Name. Give a Name for the Web Service.

  <li>Click on next you will find the Methods that you can select to expose.

  <li>Next it will ask you for the Ear project Name.

  <li>Select the Name of Ear from the list by browsing..  

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Now you’ve created a Web Service using a Web Service Wizard. Now you need to Build the EJB Project and add this EJB to The Ear Project; then deploy that Ear.<br>

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You have to do some Server side configurations now.<br>

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<b>The Configurations are:: </b><br>

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<li>open your Visual Admin.

<li>Go to server –> services –>Web Services Container service.

<li>Click on Runtime tab. you will find the Web Service name that you gave while creating your Web Service.

<li>If you did not create any User  up to now, you need to create it.

<li>Click on UDDI Server tab ->Users you can select the level of the user you want to create :  Tier1, TierN, Admin and give the required details like Name and password.

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Now the User has been created.<br>

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Now go to tab – UDDI Client :<br>

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Change the Inquiry URL and Publish URL : you have to give the server name and the port number where you deployed your Web Service.<br>

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There is one more tab, <b>Settings</b>, in the above screen; here you have to give your internet settings. Maybe the User ID and the password and the IP Address through which you are connecting to the internet.<br>

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Now select your Web Service, just click on the Publish button. It will open another window with this url “[http://<host>:<portno>/ | http://%3Chost%3E:%3Cportno%3E/]uddiclient“, if it doesn’t, open it manually.<br>

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First you have to publish your Web Service as an entity :<br>

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  <li>So select the 3rd option in the above screen and click on next.

  <li>You will find already created business entities in the list

  <li>To create a new Business entity  choose Create Business.

  <li>Choose “New name” give a name for the Business entity.

  <li>And click on Publish, thus you will get a success message.

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Next step is to publish the Web Service as a Business Service.<br>

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