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Eclipse Web Tools Guide
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Web services wizards basic preferences

The default behaviors of the Web services wizards can be set using the following preference panels. All preferences can be overridden in the wizard.

Popup Dialog Selection

The dialog preferences enable you to determine which dialog boxes that you want to see when running popup actions. If you have disabled any of the dialogs by selecting "Do not show this dialog again" on the first page of a Web services wizard, you can undo your change by clearing the check box beside the dialog that you have chosen to hide.

Project Topology

Service project types:
Select the default service project type that the Web services wizards will create when generating a Web service. You can also set the order in which the project types will be listed in the wizard. Note that this selection is simply a default and an alternate project type can be selected in the wizard.
Client project types:
Select the default client project type that the Web services wizards will create when generating a Web service client. You can also set the order in which the client project types will be listed in the wizard. Note that this selection is simply a default and an alternate project type can be selected in the wizard.
Generate Web service and the Web service client in different EAR projects:
Generating the service and client into different EAR projects can reduce the chance of conflicts that occur when both exist in a single EAR project, but uses more system resources.

Resource Management

The Resource Management preferences enable you to determine the file and folder creation and overwriting defaults that you want to use when creating your Web service.
Overwrite files without warning:
Selecting this will allow the wizards to overwrite any existing files in the workspace without prompting. If it is not selected you will be prompted each time a file needs to be overwritten.
Create folders when necessary:
Selecting this enables the wizards to create any required folders.
Check out files without warning:
Select to check out files without receiving a warning message asking for confirmation.
Merge generated skeleton file:
This check box is disabled by default. If this check box is enabled, when a skeleton file of the same name already exists in the workspace, the newly generated skeleton file will merge with the existing skeleton file. Enable this to preserve code that you have already modified in the existing skeleton files.
Note: When this preference is enabled, if you change the return type of an interface, the resulting skeleton file will have a method returning the type as defined in the new interface but would have a method body from the original skeleton file (which would be returning a different type). This will result in an compilation error that the you will have to correct manually.

Scenario Defaults

The Scenario Defaults preferences enable you to set the following scenario defaults that you want to use when creating your Web service:
  • which type of Web service and client you want to be selected by default.
  • which phases of the Web service lifecycle you want to complete in the wizard.
  • if you want the Web Services Explorer to launch by default so that you can publish your Web service to a UDDI registry.
  • if you want the Web service SOAP traffic routed through a TCP/IP monitor so that you can monitor the SOAP packets and optionally test them for WS-I compliance.

Server and Runtime

Select the server and Web service runtime environment that you want selected by default in the Web services wizard.

Test Facility Defaults

You can select whether to have the wizard automatically launch a test facility, and you can select your preferred type of test facility.

Wizard validation

The Wizard Validation preferences page allows you to select when WSDL validation is run against WSDL files consumed by wizards. You can select to turn off validiation, or to enable it for local or local and remote WSDL files.


 
 
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