Daniel - Safeway Inc. RequestCenter 2008.3 sp4 Oracle 10g Websphere 6.1
Has anyone configured or enabled the logging for web services? I am troubleshooting a WSDL and I can not locate the logs. The System.Err and System.out do not proviide the information that I am looking for.
I've been playing around with webservices in our dev env.
The only thing we had configured was in Administrator to make sure that Enable Web services is turned on in the settings. I was using SOAPUI tool to consume the WSDL and make sample calls. i was able to successfully call the newscale web services using that tool.
I found exception information in the server.log under RequestCenter (we have JBOSS)
The other thing you have to do to get the newscale webservices to work is to set up a couple of custom roles in organizational designer. When you create a new role, click on "Capabilities" on the right side. Click 'Add' , then pick "Web services". Then choose Requisition Access, Task Access.Authenticated user and the initiator will have to be the same, otherwise fault response will be thrown.
If you already had this info i apologize. I've been able to invoke most of the services using SOAPUI s
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