Many thanks for the reply. I duplicated the demo on my PC at work this morning
and everything worked fine so it seems likely that some WDSc/EGL option is
configured differently between the two boxes. I'll compare the two WSDL files and
try to work backwards from there. Probably something with the "WSDL Document


----Original Message-----
From: wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Aaron Bartell
Sent: Saturday, December 08, 2007 6:23 AM
To: 'Websphere Development Studio Client for iSeries'
Subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] EGL tutorial - Problem with SOAP binding

Can you post the entire WSDL? If you do any sanitizing of the data just make
sure you don't change the names of anything. My guess is that your
<wsdl:binding> is causing the problem potentially.

Aaron Bartell

-----Original Message-----
From: wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of JK
Sent: Friday, December 07, 2007 5:40 PM
To: wdsci-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [WDSCI-L] EGL tutorial - Problem with SOAP binding


Am winding my way through the WDSc EGL tutorials and came across a problem I was
hoping someone could help me understand. The "Introducing EGL" and "Build a JSF
search page with EGL" tutorials run correctly, but the "Create a hello world
service with EGL" creates an entry in the Problems tab as soon as the
"EGLService" deployment descriptor is generated per the tutorial instructions.
The workbench is at Version: 7.0.0 Build id: 20070202_0030.
The error is shown below.

"WSDL: A SOAP address cannot be specified here as the HelloServiceBinding binding
that the HelloService port refers to does not have a SOAP binding element
defined. There must be a SOAP binding element defined in order to specify a SOAP
address for a binding."

The offending code from the is shown below:
"<wsdl:port name="HelloService" binding="tns:HelloServiceBinding">

It sounds like a missing entry in some configuration file. There is some
reference to "WSDL and binding and ports" in the WDSc help but figured I should
ask someone before I start poking my fingers into things that might be
electrified. Can anyone shed some light on this?

Many thanks, JK

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