SOAP::RPC::StandaloneServer and WSDLs

I have seen this posted several times on this forum without a definitive
response. I’d imagine the incantation is pretty easy, but I’ve been
unable to find it.

For what it’s worth, this is NOT in a rails environment.

I’ve got the following example server code working, but I also need to
be able to generate a WSDL for this web service.

“”"
require ‘soap/rpc/standaloneServer’

class TestWebServices < SOAP::RPC::StandaloneServer

    def initialize(* args)
            super
            add_method(self, 'sayhelloto', 'username')
    end

    def sayhelloto(username)
            t = Time.now
            puts("#{username} logged on #{t}")
            "Hello, #{username} on #{t}."
    end

end

server =
TestWebServices.new(‘TestWebServiceServer’,‘urn:TestWebServices’,‘localhost’,8005)
trap(‘INT’) {server.shutdown}
server.start
“”"

When I go to http://localhost:8005/sayhelloto/wsdl/ I get a “Method Not
Allowed” message.

Any help with this would be GREATLY appreciated!

Thanks

Robert Gray wrote:

I have seen this posted several times on this forum without a definitive
response. I’d imagine the incantation is pretty easy, but I’ve been
unable to find it.

For what it’s worth, this is NOT in a rails environment.

I’ve got the following example server code working, but I also need to
be able to generate a WSDL for this web service.

“”"
require ‘soap/rpc/standaloneServer’

class TestWebServices < SOAP::RPC::StandaloneServer

    def initialize(* args)
            super
            add_method(self, 'sayhelloto', 'username')
    end

    def sayhelloto(username)
            t = Time.now
            puts("#{username} logged on #{t}")
            "Hello, #{username} on #{t}."
    end

end

server =
TestWebServices.new(‘TestWebServiceServer’,‘urn:TestWebServices’,‘localhost’,8005)
trap(‘INT’) {server.shutdown}
server.start
“”"

When I go to http://localhost:8005/sayhelloto/wsdl/ I get a “Method Not
Allowed” message.

Any help with this would be GREATLY appreciated!

Thanks

you get a
"
Method Not Allowed
GET request not allowed
"

library snippet (standaloneserver.rb):
"
if request.method != ‘POST’
raise SAError.new(“Method ‘#{ request.method }’ not allowed.”)
end
"

clear?

library snippet (standaloneserver.rb):
"
if request.method != ‘POST’
raise SAError.new(“Method ‘#{ request.method }’ not allowed.”)
end
"

clear?

Kind of.

My questions was… how do you get a StandaloneServer to generate a WSDL
(preferably without writing it by hand)?

Are you saying that it cannot be done with this class?

verrry useful post about your question (i hope)

http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.ruby/browse_thread/thread/a7ad90beb841dfe0

Robert Gray wrote:

library snippet (standaloneserver.rb):
"
if request.method != ‘POST’
raise SAError.new(“Method ‘#{ request.method }’ not allowed.”)
end
"

clear?

Kind of.

My questions was… how do you get a StandaloneServer to generate a WSDL
(preferably without writing it by hand)?

Are you saying that it cannot be done with this class?

take a look at action web service
http://rubyforge.org/projects/aws/

Raffaele Tesi wrote:

verrry useful post about your question (i hope)

http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.ruby/browse_thread/thread/a7ad90beb841dfe0

Thank you for taking the time to respond to this post. I really
appreciate the help.

I’ve got to run this outside of a rails environment and I don’t think
I’ll be able to use action web service.

I was able to set up and test this from within that framework and the
automatic WSDL generation worked great. I’m just looking for a way to
incorporate some of that functionality into a non rails environment.

Thanks again for your thoughts,

Brad

Hi Guys,

Robert Gray wrote:
I was able to set up and test this from within that framework and the
automatic WSDL generation worked great.

how u able to create WSDLs automatically without AWS? can u pls help me
to create WSDLs like this http://localhost:8005/sayhelloto/wsdl/ ?

thanks in advance

Vipin

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