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How to run Webservice client from wsad

 
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Hi I am using wsad 5.1.2, i have created webservice client from wsdl file. i would like to know how to call this client from my program
i got lot of classes and xml files (generated by the system) pls help me

thanks & regards
Polimetla
 
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use the generated stubs and the service locator related classes to call the service. the ***web service wizard*** ibm redbooks have the specifics.
 
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Hi Krishna,

I am new to seb services can you tell please tell me how to create client from wsdl.

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Anitha
 
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@ Anitha naya:

If you're using Axis, you can run the WSDL2Java tool that comes with it, either from the command line or as an Ant task. The documentation is here.
 
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