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Hi, i try to use SOAP-Messaging from a JSP as frontend. The changeable formfield-entries shall filled to a bean with set-methods. A SOAP-XML shall be generated from this bean and send to the SOAP-Server. Vice-versa i want the response-xml to be mapped to the bean again and access the entries with getters to display them on a JSP. Is there a free tool or class to generate an object-representation (e.g. Bean) from a WSDL-File? I'm pretty new to this, so all hints are highly appreciated. Thx cb edit: as you might have guessed, my questions concern the clientside usage of soap [ December 12, 2003: Message edited by: Chris Baron ]
Hello Chris, There is a tool but it's not free: IBM WebSphere Studio Application Developer. You can download an evaluation copy from IBM that is good for 60 days. It does what you are asking for and a whole lot more. HTH, [ December 12, 2003: Message edited by: Howard Kushner ]
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Thank you very much Howard, but maybe i'd need to use a webservice in three months. What way should i choose to get an similar result by feet. An less generic one i guess... So, new question: Wich Classes are appropriate to map a known XML-structure to an Object, change the entries and generate XML from it? ...and vice versa. cb
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Thanks Lasse, i will take a peek there. I bet, i will be back with more questions cb