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where to download wscompile?

 
ankur rathi
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Hi,

Please provide me the location to download wscompile, not able to find myself.

Thanks.
 
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What web services toolkit are you using?
 
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Originally posted by Peer Reynders:
What web services toolkit are you using?


I am not using any toolkit. I have access of a WSDL file and I read somewhere that we can generate stub from WSDL file and then can write a POJO to access that stub... so...
 
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Well, you are going to have to choose one.

Sun uses wscompile (JWSDP 1.x) or WSCompile (JWSDP 2.x/Glassfish) (Requires Java 5 EE)

Axis 1.x uses WSDL2Java, Axis 2.x uses WSDL2Java (Requires Java 1.5 SE)

JBoss has its own wscompile. The commercial super platforms (IBM WebSphere, BEA WebLogic, Oracle OAS) each have their own tool.

Then there is Apache CXF (Codehouse Xfire)

3. WSDL2Java: Generate the Server-side Wrapper Code and Stubs For Easy Client Access. shows how to use the Axis 1.x WSDL2Java.
 
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