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Hi all,


I want to generate my client classes using a wsdl file.
I have 3 environments (dev, hom, and prod) for my client linked to a 3 server environments and each server with a webservice wsdl in which only the location change.
I use the Wscompile (jaxrpc-ri.jar) ant task to generate my classes.


I want to externalize the wsdl location (ex : put a variable in wsdl location that I can set dynamically to use the desired webservice (dev, hom, prod).

the constructor generated is :

public TestNameServiceSoap_Stub(HandlerChain handlerChain) {
super(handlerChain); _setProperty(ENDPOINT_ADDRESS_PROPERTY,"http://SERVER-IP-ADDRESS/TestName.asmx");
}

what I want if possibe is something like :

public TestNameServiceSoap_Stub(HandlerChain handlerChain) {
super(handlerChain); _setProperty(ENDPOINT_ADDRESS_PROPERTY,VARIABLE_TO_BE_SET);
}
VARIABLE_TO_BE_SET can be read from a property file


Thank you in advance
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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