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Generate WSDL at runtime

 
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Hello!

Could you help with following task: is there any way to generate WSDL from class known at runtime and choose which methods of this class should be exposed to clients.
For example service implementation class contains: method1, method2 and method3 but I want that only method1 will be present in *.wsdl file.

May be question sounds not too clear so something like


is needed.

Thank you!.
 
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Maybe WSDL4J can help: http://sourceforge.net/projects/wsdl4j/ It is what Axis (and possibly other SOAP stacks) uses.
 
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JAX-WS has an annotation @WebMethod, which can be used to prevent methods from being published in WSDL. Though looks like you are not using JAX-WS.
 
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