Publishing WSDL filesTo publish a Web Services Description Language (WSDL) file you need an enterprise application, also known as an EAR file, that contains a Web services-enabled module and has been deployed into WebSphere Application Server. See Deploying Web services based on Web Services for J2EE.
The WSDL files for each Web services-enabled module are published to the file system location you specify. You can provide these WSDL files to clients that want to invoke your Web services. You can publish WSDL files for the deployed EAR file in one of three ways...
- Publish a WSDL file with the administrative console.
- Publish a WSDL file with wsadmin.sh tool.
- Publish a WSDL file through a URL.
See AlsoDeveloping a WSDL file
Deploying Web services based on Web Services for J2EE