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Web Services Adapter Administration : Deploying and Managing OpenEdge Web Services : Administering a deployed Web service

Administering a deployed Web service

Once a Web service is deployed and enabled, you can administer it by performing the actions described in the following table.
Table 25. Actions for administering a deployed and enabled Web service
Disable and enable it
Makes the Web service unavailable to Web service clients; makes it available again
Export and import it
Creates a backup file of the deployed Web service; uses the information in the backup file to deploy a Web service
Note: Export creates a Web Service Definition (WSD) file; import requires an existing WSD file.
Get and set its properties
Provides the value of its properties; resets one of its properties
Get and reset its statistics
Displays the value of each Web service statistic; reinitializes the statistics
Query its deployment information and display its status (enabled or disabled)
Provides the Web service's status (enabled or disabled), friendly name, namespace, SOAP action, and SOAP message style
Update it
Lets you change the Web service's WSM file without undeploying and redeploying it
Undeploy it
Removes the files created when the Web service was deployed
To perform these functions, you can use OpenEdge Management/OpenEdge Explorer or the WSAMAN utility. For more information, see the online help, Using the WSA Management Utility (WSAMAN) and Command and Utility Reference.