2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 8, 2011 2:32 PM by jonny 69

    From wsdl to java and opposite to deployable service

    jonny 69 Newbie

      Hi everybody

       

      I'm new so sory for me language and everything wrong. OK so I explain what I want to ask BIG Jboss family. I have developed Web-Service in Java using annotations, package it to .war, and deploy on Jboss. Everything is allright. After deploy on server, jboss generated .wsdl in ..server/myserver/data/wsdl/ folder, which I use to eclipse IDE to test my webservice. But what if I want to make things in different way. Based on wsdl file generate deployable server-side? This is a problem. I know how to use eclipse axis plugin to generate server side of webservice but after deploying on server wsdl isn't generete - because there are no annotations so jboss doesn't know hot to do it. I use Axis, and wsimport but I'm not satisfied with these. Maybe you know some tool-s which generate server side exacly or very similar to source definition of webservice.

       

      Thanks

        • 1. From wsdl to java and opposite to deployable service
          Alessio Soldano Master

          JBossWS comes with JAXWS tools for doing code-first and contract-first development, see http://community.jboss.org/wiki/JBossWS-JAX-WSTools

           

          The wsdl you find in server/myserver/data/wsdl is the actual wsdl the server is using, as per JSR109 requirements. However, you can provide your own wsdl within the deployment and reference it in the @WebService annotation, see JAXWS spec / documentation.

           

          Finally, consider having a look at the JBoss Tools project, as that offers Eclipse facilities for using the jbossws tools (the axis based stuff is not good at all with jbossws).

          • 2. Re: From wsdl to java and opposite to deployable service
            jonny 69 Newbie

            Hi Alessio!

             

            Thanks for interesting my issue and the tutorial about JBossWs-Jax-WSTools.

             

            According to that stuff,

            JBossWS - JAX-WS Tools

            The wsdl you find in server/myserver/data/wsdl is the actual wsdl the server is using, as per JSR109 requirements. However, you can provide your own wsdl within the deployment and reference it in the @WebService annotation, see JAXWS spec / documentation.

             

            I know about it, but if I often change client-side, for example some changing in request parameter in Webservice methods, it influences on wsdl so in each time I should change my wsdl if I use wsdlLocation param in @Webservice annotation. So leaving server generate wsdl file is very comfortable.

            I hope you undersand my problem. And the real issue is: get the most similar or exaclty the same server-side of WebService based od wsdl file.

             

            Besides, thanks for your tips