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Eclipse Web Tools Guide
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Launching the Web Services Explorer

The Web services tools allows you to launch the Web Services Explorer in several ways.

  • From the main toolbar in the Java EE perspective.
  • By using the Web service wizards.
  • By using the Import wizard.
  • By using the Export wizard.
  • From the Run menu in the Java EE perspective.
  • From a WSDL file.

Launching the Web Services Explorer from the main toolbar

To launch the Web Services Explorer from the main toolbar, ensure that you are in the Java EE perspective and click the Launch the Web Services Explorer icon Picture of the Launch Web Services Explorer icon.. The Web Services Explorer opens without any registries displayed in the Navigator pane. You can now add a registry to the Web Services Explorer.

Launching the Web Services Explorer using the Web Services Wizard

To launch the Web Services Explorer from the Web Services Wizard, select the Test the Web Service check box in the first page of the Web Services Wizard. Proceed with the wizard and then in the Web Service Test Page, choose Web Services Explorer as the test facility and click on the Launch button. If you launch the Web Services Explorer using this method, it will automatically preload the WSDL (and its child nodes) in the WSDL page.

Launching the Web Services Explorer using the Import wizard

To launch the Web Services Explorer using the Import wizard, do the following:

  1. From the main menu, click File > Import. The Import wizard opens.
  2. Select Web Service and click Next. The Web service import wizard opens.
  3. Click Finish.

The Web Services Explorer opens. If you selected a registry on the Web Service Publication page of the Web service Import wizard, you will see the registry displayed in the Navigator pane.

Launching the Web Services Explorer using the Export wizard

To launch the Web Services Explorer using the Export wizard, do the following:

  1. From the main menu, click File > Export. The Export wizard opens.
  2. Select Web Service and click Next. The Web Service Export wizard opens.
  3. Click Finish. The Web Services Explorer opens.

The Web Services Explorer opens.  If you selected a registry on the Web Service Publication page of the Web Service Export wizard, you will see the registry displayed in the Navigator pane.

Launching the Web Services Explorer from the Run menu

To launch the Web Services Explorer from the main menu, ensure that you are in the Java EE perspective and click Run > Launch the Web Services Explorer. The Import wizard opens. The Web Services Explorer opens.  The Web Services Explorer opens without any registries displayed in the Navigator pane.

Launching the Web Services Explorer from a WSDL file

To launch the Web Services Explorer from a WSDL file, select the WSDL file and right-click and choose Web Services > Test with Web Services Explorer or Publish WSDL file.  The Web Services Explorer opens. The Test with Web Services Explorer action will preload the WSDL in the WSDL page.


 
 
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