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WSDL implementation file

Sandeep Lakshmipathy
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Joined: Mar 05, 2002
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dear friends
I want to check if the user has entered a wsdl implementation file uri or an interface file uri. I am currently doing it using the checking for service tag. Is there any other way or method to do the same?

Sandeep Lakshmipathy
Roy Huang
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Joined: Nov 21, 2001
Posts: 104
you can use the WSDL4j.jar files. searching from the IBM developerworks to get this jar file.
I get it from the WSTK2.4's affiliated class files, it is in teh folder.
In this API, they have a WSDLDocument object and
a WSDLDocumentIdentifier to solve this problem.
for the code:

{ this.wsdl =new WSDLDocument(new URL(wsdlurl));
{System.out.println("The WSDL File is a
complete WSDL");
else if
{System.out.println("The WSDL File is a Implementation WSDL");

System.out.println("Its WSDL interface
file is from:"+(this.wsdl.getImports())



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