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Is WSDL supported for CM 3.1 and AXL

Hi,

I am running CM 3.1 and it seems to have AXL support. However, looking at all the code samples, I am note sure if I can use wsdl, to generate a java client.

Is WSDL compatibility a new feature in 4.x ?

Thanks

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Re: Is WSDL supported for CM 3.1 and AXL

AXL SDKs can be found here: http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/dev_support/access_level/product_support but they only go back to CCM 3.3. It looks like you have to ask Cisco for a WSDL file for earlier CCM revisions (why on earth haven't you upgraded though? CCM 3.1 is beyond nostalgic ;), keeping in mind that you can never just create proxy classes from the WDSL because Cisco keeps manually hacking those files which of course means they do not correspond to the actual API (and as another side effect can usually not automatically be imported because nobody at Cisco bothers to check for such "trivial" details).

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Re: Is WSDL supported for CM 3.1 and AXL

Check this address, http:///webdialer/wsdl/WebdialerSoap.wsdl that's where you can find the wsdl in CCM 4.1(2)

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Re: Is WSDL supported for CM 3.1 and AXL

No, it did not work. Also I did a search on the server, and there is no wsdl file on disk.

(I am aware that a cgi or isapi dll could also generate the wsdl)

Re: Is WSDL supported for CM 3.1 and AXL

AXL SDKs can be found here: http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/dev_support/access_level/product_support but they only go back to CCM 3.3. It looks like you have to ask Cisco for a WSDL file for earlier CCM revisions (why on earth haven't you upgraded though? CCM 3.1 is beyond nostalgic ;), keeping in mind that you can never just create proxy classes from the WDSL because Cisco keeps manually hacking those files which of course means they do not correspond to the actual API (and as another side effect can usually not automatically be imported because nobody at Cisco bothers to check for such "trivial" details).

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