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how to add JAX-WS webservice runtime environment within eclipse

 
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Hi
I downloaded the Weblogic server 11g release patch1 (actual version 10.3.2) that also provides enterprise pack for eclipse from the Oracle site. However it does not have the option for JAX-WS webservice runtime for server runtime of 10.3.2. It has webservice runtime options for Axis and Axis2 which we are not using(windows -> prefrences ->webservices - > server and runtime -> weblogic 10.3.2). Does anybody have any ideas regarding adding JAX-WS web service runtime within eclipse IDE so that I can generate skeleton and client stubs for JAX-WS using the WSDL through IDE. I worked with RAD earlier and that had the option for JAX-WS web service runtime out of the box so never faced this issue before.

Much apreciate your help here.

Thanks
Sachin
 
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