weblogic.webservice.dd.DDProcessingException: Could not find required> attribute "type" for element <fault> (Line 28, Column 8) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.util.WebServiceWarFile.getWSDD(WebServiceWarFile.java:81 ) [clientgen] at weblogic.ant.taskdefs.webservices.clientgen.EARClientGen.getWebServiceDD(EAR ClientGen.java:330) [clientgen] at weblogic.ant.taskdefs.webservices.clientgen.EARClientGen.run(EARClientGen.ja va:110) [clientgen] at weblogic.ant.taskdefs.webservices.clientgen.ClientGenTask.execute(ClientGenT ask.java:270) [clientgen]

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    &lt;Fault &gt; elt in web-services.xml NOT WORKING

    Oracle Community | 1 decade ago | 3004
    weblogic.webservice.dd.DDProcessingException: Could not find required> attribute "type" for element <fault> (Line 28, Column 8) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.util.WebServiceWarFile.getWSDD(WebServiceWarFile.java:81 ) [clientgen] at weblogic.ant.taskdefs.webservices.clientgen.EARClientGen.getWebServiceDD(EAR ClientGen.java:330) [clientgen] at weblogic.ant.taskdefs.webservices.clientgen.EARClientGen.run(EARClientGen.ja va:110) [clientgen] at weblogic.ant.taskdefs.webservices.clientgen.ClientGenTask.execute(ClientGenT ask.java:270) [clientgen]
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    Session bean as service 2

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    weblogic.webservice.dd.DDProcessingException: There must be at least one <operation> element in <operations> (Line 12, Column 8)]" means servciegen can't find any valid web service methods in your EJB. Thanks, -Neal "brad" <bradir@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:3ef5d4e2@newsgroups.bea.com... > I want to have session bean exposed a service I am using this client gen. It generates ear and gets deployed tooo WHen i hit the url i dosent show up the default client or WSDL I tried hitting http://localhost:7001/SessionApp/SessionBeanService http://localhost:7001/SessionApp/SessionBeanService?WSDL > > No luck on either Can u pls tell me what is wrong and if possinble can u give entire servicegen tag for SLSB. <servicegen destEar="SLSBService.ear" warName="SessionApp.war"> <service ejbJar="SessionFacade.jar" targetNamespace=" http://localhost:7001/ " serviceName="Echo" serviceURI="/SessionBeanService" generateTypes="True" expandMethods="True" style="rpc" > </service> </servicegen> > > > and if i try to put client tag in servicegen <servicegen destEar="SLSBService.ear" warName="SessionApp.war"> <service ejbJar="SessionFacade.jar" targetNamespace=" http://localhost:7001/ " serviceName="SessionFacade" serviceURI="/SessionFacade" generateTypes="True" expandMethods="True" style="rpc" > <client packageName="com.jws.service" clientJarName="client.jar" /> </service> </servicegen> it throws me exception ear: [mkdir] Created dir: D:\RnDClasses\WebService\bea\HelloWorld-SessionBean\tmp_build [javac] Compiling 4 source files to D:\RnDClasses\WebService\bea\HelloWorld-SessionBean\tmp_buil d [servicegen] Generating service "SessionFacade" ... [servicegen] Generating XML types and serializers from ejb-jar (D:\RnDClasses\WebService\bea\HelloWo rld-SessionBean\SessionFacade.jar) ... [servicegen] Generating client jar for SLSBService.ear1172991697(SessionFacade) .. [servicegen] Could not read Web Service deployment descriptor [servicegen] at weblogic.ant.taskdefs.webservices.clientgen.ClientGenTask.execute(ClientGenT ask.j ava:318) [servicegen] at weblogic.ant.taskdefs.webservices.servicegen.ServiceGenTask.generateClient(S ervic eGenTask.java:290) [servicegen] at weblogic.ant.taskdefs.webservices.servicegen.ServiceGenTask.execute(ServiceG enTas k.java:159) [servicegen]
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    &lt;Fault &gt; elt in web-services.xml NOT WORKING

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    weblogic.webservice.dd.DDProcessingException: Could not find required attribute "type" for element <fault> (Line 28, Column 8) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.ParsingHelper.getRequiredAttribute(ParsingHelper.java [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processFaultElement(DDLoader.java:1195) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processFaultElements(DDLoader.java:1166) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processParamsElement(DDLoader.java:1004) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processOperationElement(DDLoader.java:977) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processOperationElements(DDLoader.java:853) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processOperationsElement(DDLoader.java:841) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processWebServiceElement(DDLoader.java:378) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processWebServiceElements(DDLoader.java:283) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processWebServicesElement(DDLoader.java:271) [clientgen]
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    &lt;Fault &gt; elt in web-services.xml NOT WORKING

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    weblogic.webservice.dd.DDProcessingException: Could not find required attribute "type" for element <fault> (Line 28, Column 8) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.ParsingHelper.getRequiredAttribute(ParsingHelper.java [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processFaultElement(DDLoader.java:1195) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processFaultElements(DDLoader.java:1166) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processParamsElement(DDLoader.java:1004) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processOperationElement(DDLoader.java:977) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processOperationElements(DDLoader.java:853) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processOperationsElement(DDLoader.java:841) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processWebServiceElement(DDLoader.java:378) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processWebServiceElements(DDLoader.java:283) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.dd.DDLoader.processWebServicesElement(DDLoader.java:271) [clientgen]
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    &lt;Fault &gt; elt in web-services.xml NOT WORKING

    Oracle Community | 1 decade ago | 3004
    weblogic.webservice.dd.DDProcessingException: Could not find required attribute "type" for element <fault> (Line 28, Column 8)] [clientgen]

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    Root Cause Analysis

    1. weblogic.webservice.dd.DDProcessingException

      Could not find required> attribute "type" for element <fault> (Line 28, Column 8) [clientgen] at weblogic.webservice.util.WebServiceWarFile.getWSDD(WebServiceWarFile.java:81 ) [clientgen] at weblogic.ant.taskdefs.webservices.clientgen.EARClientGen.getWebServiceDD(EAR ClientGen.java:330) [clientgen] at weblogic.ant.taskdefs.webservices.clientgen.EARClientGen.run(EARClientGen.ja va:110) [clientgen] at weblogic.ant.taskdefs.webservices.clientgen.ClientGenTask.execute(ClientGenT ask.java:270) [clientgen]

      at org.apache.tools.ant.Task.perform()
    2. Ant
      Target.execute
      1. org.apache.tools.ant.Task.perform(Task.java:217)[clientgen]
      2. org.apache.tools.ant.Target.execute(Target.java:164)
      2 frames