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Where to use wsgen?

James Dekker
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Joined: Dec 09, 2006
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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


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...

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