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Weblogic webservice with out JAXWS

 
Joybrata Chakraborty
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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

 
Lester Burnham
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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 ... ?
 
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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.

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Lester Burnham
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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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