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Is there a free ware program to generete java stub from a wsdl,
or generete web service .....

Im sure there is, but what is the best....

I have to generete web services in a weblogic server, and i want to call them from
my laptop.......

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There are many but also the kind of stub you generate depends on the framework/spec. you are using.

Java6.0 comes with a wsimport utility to generate the stub. Check the JAX-WS client side section in this JAX-WS tutorial

If you are using JAX-RPC each server has a little different way of handling. In the case of Axis you will have to use the tool coming with Axis.

For generating web service from wsdl you can again use wsimport. See the "JAX-WS Start From WSDL-doc style" section at the above link.
 
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Hi!
If you are using the WebLogic server, take a look in the documentation for the server. I did a quick search and found this:
http://e-docs.bea.com/wls/docs81/webserv/assemble.html
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