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Hi all,

I use the following codes in my "pom.xml" to create the java files:



The disadvantage of this usage is: the web service must be running. Is it possible instead using the <wsdlUrl/> but using the .wsdl file?
 
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The options are detailed at Glassfish Metro JAX-WS: jaxws:wsimport

You have both wsdlDirectory and wsdlFiles at your disposal.
 
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Hi,

the solution is not 100% ok.

I can build the project, but I have to do some manupulation after that.

For example I have to change a line code as follow:

former:

url = new URL(baseUrl, "file:/C:/Project/TestJaxWsMultiProject/TestJaxWs-Client/src/wsdl/MyJaxWsImplService.wsdl");

after:

url = new URL(baseUrl, "http://localhost:8080/TestJaxWs-Service/myJaxWs?wsdl");
[ November 17, 2008: Message edited by: Thomas Chang ]
 
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