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access method from wsdl file

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<definitions targetnamespace="http://simple/"; name="WebServiceImplService">
<xsd:import namespace="http://simple/"; schemalocation="">;
<message name="List">
<message name="ListResponse">
<part name="return" type="tns:arrayList">
<porttype name="WebServiceInterface">
<operation name="List"><input wsam:Action="http://simple/WebServiceInterface/ListRequest"; message="tns:List"/>
<binding name="WebServiceImplPortBinding" type="tns:WebServiceInterface">
<soap:binding transport=""; style="rpc">
<operation name="List">
<soap:operation soapaction=""><input><soap:body use="literal" namespace="http://simple/"></input>;
<soap:body use="literal" namespace="http://simple/">;
<service name="WebServiceImplService">
<port name="WebServiceImplPort" binding="tns:WebServiceImplPortBinding">
<soap:address location="">;

How to get the methods and its functions from wsdl file in the client class by using jax-ws?
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All major JAX-WS implementations come with command line tools to create Java client code given A WSDL. Check the documentation of whichever implementation you're using; it might be called wsdl2java or something like that.
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