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Web Services Adapter Administration : Using the WSA Management Utility (WSAMAN) : Overview of the WSAMAN utility : Functions for managing a Web service
Functions for managing a Web service
Other functions of the WSAMAN utility let you manage a Web service. These are summarized in the following table.
Table 48. Web service management functions
Deploys a Web service to a WSA instance.
Makes a deployed Web service temporarily unavailable to incoming client requests.
Makes a deployed Web service available to incoming client requests.
Creates a Web Service Definition (WSD) file on the local system from an existing Web service on an existing WSA instance.
Displays the properties of a Web service.If the Web service is enabled, only the serviceFaultLevel and serviceLoggingLevel properties are displayed.If the Web service is disabled, all relevant properties of the Web service are displayed.
Displays the statistics for a Web service.
Deploys a previously exported Web service.
Displays the following information about a Web service:
*Target NameSpace
*AppServer URL
*Session model
*WSDL Style/Use
*Relevant Web service properties (regardless of whether the Web service is enabled or disabled)
Reinitializes a Web service's friendlyname.props file to the current value of the WSA instance's default.props file.
Resets the statistics of a Web service.
Sets one of the properties of a Web service.
Undeploys a Web service from a WSA instance.
Lets you change a Web service's deployment information (stored in the Web Service Mapping (WSM) file) without undeploying and deploying.
Note: Progress Software Corporation recommends that update never be used on a production system.
For more information on the functions of the WSAMAN utility, see Command and Utility Reference.