Resetting the WSDL for a Service

You can change the WSDL for a published web service with another WSDL document. Once reset, the existing policy will become active for the resolution parameters extracted from the new WSDL document.
You can change the WSDL for a published web service with another WSDL document. Once reset, the existing policy will become active for the resolution parameters extracted from the new WSDL document.
Note:
UDDI support is deprecated in
Layer7 API Gateway
.
To reset a web service WSDL:
  1. Open the properties for a service and then select the [WSDL] tab. For more information, see Service Properties.
  2. Click [
    Reset WSDL
    ]. The Reset WSDL dialog appears.
  3. In the Location field, enter the URL that will resolve the new web service WSDL. Alternatively:
    • If the WSDL is contained in a file, click [
      File
      ] and select the file.
    • If the WSDL is from a UDDI registry, click [
      UDDI
      ] and complete the Search UDDI dialog. For more information, see Searching the UDDI Registry.
    • To configure options for the URL (for example, to specify the credentials or configure a proxy), click [
      HTTP Options
      ] to open the Managing HTTP Options.
    If you are specifying a URL and that URL uses SSL (e.g., https://webserver/service.wsdl), the SSL certificate for that secure server (e.g., https://webserver/) must first be added to the federated gateway trust store. To do this:
    1. Follow "Adding a New Certificate" to add the SSL certificate.
    2. In Step 3 of the Add Certificate Wizard, be sure to select the Outbound SSL Connections option.
    Once this is done, the SSL WSDL can be successfully retrieved.
  4. Click [
    OK
    ]. The service is updated with the new WSDL URL.