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This article describes the improving the WebServices availability by giving semantics to port name of WSDL that indicates services availability.
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The method for improving the availability of WebServices with WSDL
METHOD FOR IMPROVING THE WEBSERVICES AVAILABLITY WITH WSDL
Disclosed is a method for improving WebServices availability and reducing the meaningless network traffic by avoiding sending a request to the inactive WebServices. This can be done by giving semantics to Port name in WSDL. Once a client or a Daemon detects some WebServices unavailability for some reasons, it changes the Port name (i.e. SOAPPort1 to SOAPPort1NA). Afterwards another client reads the WSDL dynamically and detects the WebServices not available before sending the request to StockQuoteServcie#1 by parsing a port name. It will allow a client not sending an invalid request to the unavailable WebServices. It consequently takes advantage for WebServices end-users in terms of getting expected turn around time.
Fig. 1 shows the typical scenario of this disclosure:
WebServices Client A gets download the stockquote.wsdl from server M and builds a request to the
WSDL Distribution Ser ver M
WebServices Client A
StockQuoteService #1 by reading the stockquote.wsdl file. Client A sends a request and gets an error in turn for some failures, therefore it re-sends the same request to
the equivalent service "StockQuoteServcie#2" that...