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Status Future consideration
Workspace IBM i
Categories Web Serving
Created by Guest
Created on Apr 9, 2019

Generate Case Sensitive WSDL Service Names

When dealing with some 3rd Party applications they sometimes have requirements with having the service name in camel case. Currently when generating program info for the PCML you can specify *DCLCASE but that only applies to field names. Would it be possible to extend this to the service names. Currently have a service program with multiple services (subprocedures) but they all appear in lowercase to work with the generated java bean within IWS.

Use Case:

3rd Party package expects to invoke a service and runs on a system other than IBM and is designed to use a name like orderStatusChangeNotification which doesn't work well with the WSDL generated from IWS

Idea priority Medium
  • Guest
    Apr 11, 2019

    IBM agrees with the request and a solution appears to be desirable and feasible. IBM intends to provide a solution. However, IBM's plans may change and no commitment is made that a solution will be provided.