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Hi,
I have a servlet which needs to dynamically generate a WSDL file from java class file.
Can some one plz let me know how this can be done ?
Thanks in advance.
 
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May be I misunderstood, but I don't see any advantage on doing this ?
But i'm sure either WSDL4J project or Axis project will you to do that task.
 
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Kituz,
Please take a moment to edit your display name into something compliant with our naming policy (your last name, as it is, is obviously fake).
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Hey thx for you suggestion.
Theres a class Java2WSDL in axis.
The following would solve the problem.
- create a protected Inner class extending Java2WSDL class
- call run method and pass it arguments required.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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