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How to Produce a WSDL file when using JAXWS Approach .

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When i develop a java based web Service using JaxWS Annotations , and deploy the
Application on Sun One Application Server , it automatically creates a WSDL file

But now the Problem is that i am using another server Weblogic 11 RI .

This weblogic is not creating any wsdl file .

please tell me how to produce an wsdl file in this case ??

Share your views and ideas .

Thanks in advance .
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The wsgen tool ( is the tool in JAX-WS to generate artifacts like a WSDL from an annotated endpoint implementation class.
However, I do not know anything about the web service stack in Weblogic, so you should consult the documentation.

Note that, if you are using a JAX-WS compatible web service stack and want to use a pre-generated WSDL, you should add the wsdlLocation attribute to the @WebService annotation.
Best wishes!
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Weblogic 8.1 WSDL 2 Java is somehow related.

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