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Create WEbService from WSDL ? Is it possible JAX-WS

 
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Hi I have thoroughly browsed the net and all examples include creating a webservice by using implementation classes and then generating the artifacts (including the WSDL) for the client. I wanted to know is there a way to use JAX-WS to create a webservice from an existing WSDL (so that all the annotations in the implementation class is already done for me)??
 
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Your JDK/bin directory contains a wsimport.exe file. You can use it to create Java sources files from a given WSDL.
 
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Jim Pouwels wrote:Your JDK/bin directory contains a wsimport.exe file. You can use it to create Java sources files from a given WSDL.


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Hi,
In my case, I have a WSDL file and trying to post it somewhere to be able to invoke it. any idea where/how I should do this? the fact I post my WSDL in a server something will be attached to the WSDL???
It seems that posting it on my public folder of my dropbox not good enough!
I thought that WSDL file = Web service!! What are the differences???
this is my first Web service, trying to add some notations, but I need to see one service in action first.
I choose to edit the WSDL using a simple editor.
I invoke WS using an online tool...
Many thanks for your help
Hanane
 
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The WSDL file is following... Very simple WSDL to valiadte my framewok first!

 
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