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    Hi Guys,

    i am adding new parameters to an already existing WSDL file. My doubt is should i generate a new WSDL after adding the parameters ??. Thanks in advance.

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    Yes, you will have to re-generate the wsdl file. As wsdl file describes the structure (i.e parameters, return type, etc.) of service, any change in service layer must be followed by re-generation of wsdl file.

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    As a practice never put your schemas directly within your type declarations, include or import them into your wsdl file, ofcourse your schemaLocation attribute must be a valid uri. Now if you use a webservice provider like jaxws and choose not to create a wsdl which is kind of cumbersome frankly it alright accommodating your change. just change your java pojos and restart your service.

    In any case creating a wsdl is never a mandatory thing. WSDL is more a broacher to your remote services. If the wsdl aint present doesnt mean your service wont work!

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