Hi, I am trying to use wlst command listWebServices() to display all web services of a domain. It seems that it only displays the web services of enterprice applications (ear apps), but it does not show the web services of web applications (war apps). If I pass ear appliication name and one of its web module to listWebServices, it will show the web services that belong to the web module of this application. However if I pass war application name and its web module name to listWebServices, it will return "Unable to find the SOA Composite or Service. Oracle UCM Native Web Services", although I can see from wls admin console or em that this web application does have a couple of web services.
I also tried to call listWebServicePolicies, again it returned "Unable to find any Web Services with the specified Application".
My purpose of doing above is to use wlst to detach/attach web service policies for some web services. Since I cannot find the web services, I off course cannot detach/attach policies.
Does anyone have any clue how to find web services using wlst command that belong to a war application, and then detach/attach policies ? Any help will be greatly appreciated.
I have exactly the same problem that I cannot see any web services in wlst with listWebServices(). I am using WCC 220.127.116.11 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 18.104.22.168 in CentOS 5 we cannot see the UCM web services in the Admin Console either:
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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 22.214.171.124 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.