This documentation is for WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus version 4.6.0 . View documentation for the latest release.
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Follow the instructions below to access services.

1. Sign in. Enter your user name and password to log on to the ESB Management Console.

2. Click on "Main" in the left menu to access the "Manage" menu.


3. In the "Manage" menu, click on the "List" under the "Web Services."

4. The "Deployed Services" page appears. Detailed information about the tools and filters is listed below. The "Services" list shows the following information:

  • Check-boxes - Allows to select Service to delete.
  • Service Name - Displays the Name of a Service.
  • Service Type - Displays the Service Type.

    axis2

    sts

    proxy

    eventing

  • Security - Allows to enable or disable security for a service.
  • WSDL Files - Allows to get the WSDL 1.1 and WSDL 2.0 files from the "Deployed Services" panel. When you click the particular WSDL link, the WSDL file of your service opens in the browser.
  • Try It - Allows to check whether your (successful) service provides the desired output using this option. When you click the link, you will be directed to another page where you give the parameters for the operations. When you give the parameters for the operation, a button corresponding to your service appears. When you click this button, you will get the output. For more details refer to Try It tool.

5. You can click on the "deployed service group(s)" link to access the Deployed Service groups.

6. Here you can see the following information:

Information Bar

This pane provides the following information:

  • The number of Deployed Service Groups in the "Service" list (for more information about Service Groups see Managing Service Groups).

  • The number of Faulty Service Groups in the list.

Click on the "Faulty Service Groups" link to load the "Faulty Service Groups" page.

  • Faulty Service - Displays the name of Faulty Service.
  • Actions - Describes the faults happened to a particular Service Group.

You can delete one or several Faulty Services using the "Delete" link.

List Filter

This filter allows to select a Service type to show and find a certain service group.

  • Service Type - Select the Service Type from the drop-down menu. Only those services will be displayed in the "Service" list.
  • Service Group - Find a particular Service Group by the whole name of the first letters.
Toolbar

The toolbar allows to select all/none Service Groups and delete them.

  • Select all in this page - Allows to mark as selected all the Service Groups.
  • Select none - Allows to remove marks from all of the Service Groups.
  • Delete - Allows to delete all selected Service Groups.
The "Services" List

  • Service Checkboxes - Allows to select Service Groups to delete.
  • Service Groups - Displays the Name of a Service Group.
  • Services - Displays the name of a service (for more information about Services see Managing Services, Service Mediation, Adding a Proxy Service).
  • Service Type - Displays the Service Type.

    axis2

    sts

    proxy

    eventing

  • WSDL Files - Allows to get the WSDL 1.1 and WSDL 2.0 files from the "Deployed Services" panel. When you click the particular WSDL link, the WSDL file of your service opens in the browser.
  • Try It - Allows to check whether your (successful) service provides the desired output using this option. When you click the link, you will be directed to another page where you give the parameters for the operations. When you give the parameters for the operation, a button corresponding to your service appears. When you click this button, you will get the output. For more details see Try It tool.
     

All the services deployed to WSO2 ESB can be accessed via the http(s):<esb>8280/services/ URL by default. If you want to disable this, the following property should be added to the <ESB_HOME>/repository/conf/nhttp.properties file.

http.block_service_list=true

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