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WebMethods: question about service name

WebMethods: question about service name

WebMethods: question about service name


I would have a question for the support concerning the AG Designer:
Is there any way to change the service name of a web service please?

I have generated a web service from a Service Flow with WebMethods and the complete path obtained is including all the directories:
Example :
Service name : mifMetier.synchrone.ws.sonic:BeneficiaireWSService

<wsdl:service name="mifMetier.synchrone.ws.sonic.BeneficiaireWSService">
<wsdl:port name="BeneficiaireWSPort" binding="mif:BeneficiaireWSSOAPBinding">
<soap:address location="..."/>

For keeping upward compatibility, I would need to have the service name named like below:
Service name : BeneficiaireWSService

<wsdl:service name="BeneficiaireWSService">
<wsdl:port name="BeneficiaireWSPort" binding="mif:BeneficiaireWSSOAPBinding">
<soap:address location="..."/>


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