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Using WebServiceConnector gives faultcode:"WSDL.MultiplePorts" error. urgent.

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Hi all,

i'm trying to connect to a self made webservice through a webserviceconnector component.
i get an error, stating :
"There are multiple possible ports in the WSDL file; please specify a service name and port name!"

but i can't find a way to tell the WebServiceConnector which name/port to use...

any help would be great.

lot's of points, this is urgent.

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Yup Yup,

undocumented feature my ass....
"Even though this is undocumented, the WebService API provides a workaround for handling multiple ports."

bah, i should have RTFM...

tnx.
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