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Can a WSM file generated in OpenEdge 11.7 be deployed in OpenEdge 12.2 ?

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TitleCan a WSM file generated in OpenEdge 11.7 be deployed in OpenEdge 12.2 ?
URL NameCan-a-WSM-file-generated-in-OpenEdge-11-7-be-deployed-in-OpenEdge-12-2
Article Number000206692
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 11.7 , 12.2
OS: All supported platforms
Question/Problem Description
Is it possible to deploy a WSM file which is meant for the OpenEdge 11.7 Web Services Adapter into an OpenEdge 12.2 PASOE instance ?
Is a WSM file from OpenEdge 11.7 compatible with an OpenEdge 12.2 PASOE SOAP Web Service ?
Can a WSM file generated in OpenEdge 11.7 be deployed in OpenEdge 12.2 ?
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A WSM file from OpenEdge 11.7 is compatible with OpenEdge 12.2 and can be deployed as a PASOE SOAP Web Service.
Information which is specific to the Classic AppServer within the WSM file will be ignored.
Last Modified Date11/26/2021 9:17 AM
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