Web Service Descriptor Language (WSDL) is an XML-based grammar used to define the interface provided by a web service. Web service providers publish—on the Web—one or more WSDL(s) describing how an interested service consumer may connect and consume a Service.
The work of creating SOAP web service's WSDLs by hand can be tedious and error-prone. Fortunately, OFBiz makes the job of publishing WSDLs easy by automatically creating them from a Service's definition.
For this section, we shall assume that an OFBiz Service already exists. In fact, we shall use as an illustration the
testSvc Service that comes with OFBiz out-of-the-box.
To publish a SOAP WSDL for this Service, or any other OFBiz Service, ...