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How can I automatically build a wsdl file with SOAP?

 
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Hello everyone,
Well I have successfully created web services (I am not using any tools) writing in Java.
I have written the application for Apache-SOAP AND for Apache-AXIS.
- With AXIS, there is no problem since the Tomcat main page. The Tomcat Manager allows us to see the wsdl files generated by AXIS.
- With SOAP, I cannot do it !

Unfortunately, the customer does not use AXIS and needs the WSDL files to create the client side.
Now, is there a way I could convert the Java codes to WSDL? I remind you that I don't have any tool installed on my machine. .

Thank you very much for your time.
 
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Hi Elise,

Why dont you use the Java2WSDL tool from Apache Axis?

Here's a nice link that explains it (among other things..)

http://www.onjava.com/pub/a/onjava/2002/06/05/axis.html
 
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Hi,
The thing is that I am not using Apache-Axis but Apache-SOAP.
I suppose that in this case I cannot use the command, right?
ELisabeth
 
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Java2WSDL is just a program you run from the command line. You should be able to download it, or a package which contains it, and run it.
 
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Java2wsdl is a command that is part of a package like GLUE for instance.
I cannot even download GLUE since I have a checksum error!!!

Any other idea?
 
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