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Coldfusion 8.0.1 web service call Cannot generate stub objects for web service invocation.

Posted on 2009-03-29
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I'm trying to consume a webservice as follows and get the following error:

"Cannot generate stub objects for web service invocation. "

<cfinvoke webservice="http://mywebservice?wsdl" method="sendTransaction" returnvariable="aVar" timeout="200" >  
</cfinvoke>

The WSDL is accessible fine, so I am stumped :(

Any ideas
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Question by:BrettskiWork
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by:gdemaria
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Is the URL you are accessing protected by SSL ?   https://  ...
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by:BrettskiWork
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I don't think so? It looks like just a http request to me
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gdemaria earned 500 total points
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When you look at the URL (http://mywebservice?wsdl)   in Internet Explorer  see if there's a lock appearing on the browser window (bottom right)

My your initial post, it seems that you can browse the web service wsdl via the browser, is that correct?
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no paddlock but yes I can browse
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