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Where to use wsgen?

 
James Dekker
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Hello,

I am learning JAX-WS 2.0 and don't seem to know where (what directory - source or classes) to properly use wsgen against my WebService class...

Create a sample document literal based WebService:



Created the Publisher like this:



Using Eclipse Helios, I automatically build both of these files as *.classes underneath the corresponding classes directory.

So, from the filesystem, my project looks like this:



In which directory would I run wsgen?

When I tried it inside:

/code/jaxws_sample/src/wsgen -cp . hello.HelloWorld

Received:



It actually does show me the WSDL in a browser and also when I tried to issue the wsgen command from $MyProject/classes it actually did create a jaxws folder with the SayHelloResponse.class files but not the SayHelloResponse.java files?

Would appreciate it if someone could help me...

Thank you for taking the time to read this.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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