Before you begin
You must install a Web service before you can view and modify its configuration. See Install a Web service.
Basic configuration details of a Web service include the type of implementation (Java class packaged in a WAR file or a stateless EJB packaged in an EJB JAR file), the full name of the Web service, and so on.
Note: A subset of Web service configuration properties are view only; you cannot edit them using the Administration Console.
Toconfigure a Web service:
Note: Web services are deployed as part of an Enterprise application, Web application, or EJB. To understand how Web services are displayed in the Administration Console, see View installed Web services.
This page lists the name and description of the Web service, its implementation type (JAX-WS or JAX-RPC) and source, and its WSDL configuration. You can modify the WSDL configuration only.
This page lists the handlers configured for the Web service, the class that implements the handler, the Web service endpoint with which it is associated, and whether the handler processes any SOAP headers. Click the name of the handler to view additional information. For more information, see View the SOAP message handlers of a Web service.
This page lists the policies currently attached to the Web service endpoint and operations. Expand the Web service endpoint to view its operations. Click the name of the Web service endpoint or operation to attach policy files to the inbound or outbound request. For more information, see Attach a WS-Policy file to a Web service.
Click the name of the Web service endpoint to customize its configuration. You can modify the following configuration:
Note: For JAX-RPC Web services, you can configure reliable messaging only.
Click the name of the Web service operation to customize its configuration. You can modify the configuration for atomic transactions only at the operation level. For more information, see Configure Web service atomic transactions.