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pavitra jayaraman
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can you suggest me a way to extract from an already existing wsdl url where the services are listed.thanks in advance
Ulf Dittmer
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What exactly do you mean by "extract"? A WSDL describes the web service in detail. What else are you looking for?
[ October 10, 2007: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]

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pavitra jayaraman
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i am sorry for my ambiguity.i wanted to just display the classes in wsdl using eclipse web service client.
Peer Reynders
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Originally posted by pavitra jayaraman:
i wanted to just display the classes in wsdl using eclipse web service client.


A WSDL doesn't describe any classes. It describes request and response messages. Therefore you will have to use your tool to actually translate the WSDL to Java classes and then use the usual facilities to browse the resulting class hierarchies.

Axis 2 example: Code Generator Wizard - eclipse Plug-in: Operation WSDL2Java

i need to perform this task and can you please suggest some web sites where i can learn them in detail....thanks in advance


Please check the web services FAQ.
 
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