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generate WSDL from java class and Deploy the WSDL on the JBoss server---Kindly Help me..Very Urgent

 
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hi
I want to create a WSDL from a java class
and then after creation of te WSDL i want to Deploy the WSDL on the JBoss server
So that i can able to access that WSDL on the Network i.e. to the other system.
kindly helpnme its very urgent
 
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puneet bansal wrote:hi
I want to create a WSDL from a java class



Do you mean to create a Web Service?
If so, Search google for simple WS implementaion, and deployment is just a "right click and deploy" if you are using any IDE.
 
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puneet bansal wrote:its very urgent



It is not urgent - not for us anyway.

I mean: it is contraproductive to mention its being urgent. From the reader's point of view, it only adds clutter.
 
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You can use Axis, CXF etc. to do this. I'd use Axis 1.x to create the WSDL from Java. Please go the Apache Axis 1.x website and you will links that point you in the right direction. Basically.

1. Run java2wsdl tool by giving the path to the source code that you want to expose as webservice
2. Edit the descriptors generated by Axis to match your environment
3. Package you webservice so that it can be deployed on Jboss.
 
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