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Weblogic webservice with out JAXWS

Joybrata Chakraborty
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Joined: Nov 27, 2006
Posts: 29
Hi Friends

I need help. I need to create web service from WSDL with Weblogic. Now I can't use JAX-WS. Is there any other way to generate Java classes with out JAXWS example.
Please refer this URL.
http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E13222_01/wls/docs92/webserv/use_cases.html#wp220705


Thanks in advance
Lester Burnham
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Joined: Oct 14, 2008
Posts: 1337
Yes, there are other ways. Before we recommend something else which maybe you also "can't use", it would be useful for you to tell as why you can't use JAX-WS. Also, do you mean you can't use JAX-WS on the server, or that you can't use it on the client, or ... ?
Joybrata Chakraborty
Greenhorn

Joined: Nov 27, 2006
Posts: 29
Lester Burnham wrote:Yes, there are other ways. Before we recommend something else which maybe you also "can't use", it would be useful for you to tell as why you can't use JAX-WS. Also, do you mean you can't use JAX-WS on the server, or that you can't use it on the client, or ... ?


Thanks Lester for your reply.

I know that JAXWS will be more convenient to use. But higher authorities decided not to use JAXWS. Now I am looking, is there any other possibilities with weblogic to create java artifacts from WSDL.(Like wsdl2java or wsdlc ). We can't use JAXWS in server side.

Thanks
Joy
Lester Burnham
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Joined: Oct 14, 2008
Posts: 1337
You could use the SAAJ API, which should be supported by WebLogic out of the box. Or you can use a 3rd party SOAP stack like Axis which -in addition to supporting JAX-WS- also has its own API; Axis also comes with its own toolset for generating client code. (It would be rather silly to use a 3rd party SOAP stack after saying "no" to the built-in SOAP stack, though.)
 
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