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I have exactly the same problem that I cannot see any web services in wlst with listWebServices(). I am using WCC 126.96.36.199 in RHEL5. I found out that this is a bug and a patch exists: https://support.oracle.com/epmos/faces/PatchDetail?_adf.ctrl-state=ovno9vvc4_9&patchId=13522487&patchType=Patch&_afrLoop=231414243025125
Now, when using WCC 188.8.131.52 in CentOS 5 we cannot see the UCM web services in the Admin Console either:
Oracle UCM Web Services New Web Application 225
None to display
I wonder if it could be CentOS which causes the problems or if the bug which was fixed destroyed the Admin Console somehow? Anyone having a similar issue?
After having downloaded the Virtualbox appliance for SOA and BPM 184.108.40.206 which also includes WebCenter Content on Oracle Enterprise Linux, we could see that the same problem exists also there. So, I would say that this is a bug. We are about to create a SR to get the bug verified by Oracle.
As of UCM version 220.127.116.11, Oracle UCM Web Services are managed from Enterprise Manager in Fusion Middleware Control, not Weblogic Admin Console!
A document at Oracle support explains this in more detail: https://support.oracle.com/epmos/faces/ui/km/DocumentDisplay.jspx?id=1456506.1 :
Setting up GenericSoapService in WLS to use WS-Security:
Go to FMW Enterprise Manager. http://wlshost:7001/em
In the tree, navigate to Weblogic Domain -> <Domain Name> -> and click on UCM_server1. (If the managed server for WCC is named something other than UCM_server1, click on that name.)
From the UCM_server1 drop down menu, select "Web Services".
On the "Oracle Infrastructure Web Services" tab, click the GenericSoapPort link.
Once there you can set the policies you want and restart the server!
Edited by: Göran Paues on 2012-aug-20 10:02