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Hi all,
I need your help.

So, I must create client to call several webservices.
All services have 1 method with 1 string argument and return String.

But all this webservices are on different adresses and with different names.

Until now I'm used JAX-WS to create simple client, but in this case it can't be done.

Please give me idea how to do this???


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Until now I'm used JAX-WS to create simple client, but in this case it can't be done.


Why not?
 
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My be i'm wrong bit when i say JAX-WS client i mean:

wsimport .....


This command will create client from WSDL.

When i try to use this client i get: ....Undefined port type:...


 
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Check the documentation of whatever SOAP stack you're using - it should have a full example of how to create client code, including how to use wsimport. Without seeing the details of what you're doing (like the full command line, and the WSDL) I don't think there's much we can do to help.
 
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The question is simple.
How to create clietn who can consume this 2 wsdl
------------- 1 -----------------

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There various tools available in market which will automate the client creation from WSDL.
You can use RAD, or Eclipse to generate client from WSDL.
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