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How can you "refresh" a configured Web Service activity?


In Aegis 3.0 (and earlier versions as well), you can provide a Web
Service address and observe the methods supported by the web service.
Further, when you select a method, appropriate parameters are also
presented. There are many times, however, when developing a web service
that it would be helpful to instruct the Web Service Activity, in design
mode, to "refresh" or revisit the information provided at the Web
Service address so that configuration choices can be revised.
Otherwise, it appears that your only choice is to delete the Activity
and recreate it with revised information on the Web Service
Configuration tab.


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Re: How can you "refresh" a configured Web Service activity?


There is actually a check box labeled "Discover methods now" that can be
checked after you've already configured the Activity by providing a link
to the wsdl. This check box allows workflow developers to refresh the
methods accessed by the Activity.


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