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Spring-WS client domain classes

 
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Hi,

This is my first time to try spring-ws client.

After reading documentation and some examples online, I found I need to generate JAXB domain classes from XML schema first, so I can use JAXB objectFacotry to create request domain object and ask Spring framework to send over my request to a Web Services. But I only have one WSDL file from the Web Service and there is no seperate XSD file. I saw the XML schema actually is written inside the WSDL file as below:

<wsdl:type>
<xs:schema>...</xs:schema>
<xs:schema>...</xs:schema>
<xs:schema>...</xs:schema>
<xs:schema>...</xs:schema>
</wsdl:type>

For this built-in XSD, how do I generate JAXB domain classes?

Thanks very much!
 
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Hi!
You have two choices, as far as I know:
1. Use wsimport to process the WSDL and generate all artifacts. Then discard the web service client stub classes and keep the JAXB classes.
2. Extract the XML type definitions and generate the JAXB classes with the JAXB schema compilation tool xjc.
Best wishes!
 
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Thanks, I will try wsimport.

Happy New Year to you!
 
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