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From "Jason Weinstein" <>
Subject How do I use the type classes and interface classes generated by axis in WSIF?
Date Tue, 17 Dec 2002 17:42:19 GMT
Woops here's the new question.

How do I use the type classes and interface classes generated by axis in
WSIF? Are there examples for doing this? (read below for context)

-----Original Message-----
From: Jason Weinstein 
Sent: Tuesday, December 17, 2002 9:40 AM
Subject: RE: [wsif] PortTypeCompiler? Plus new Question?

This is the response I received to a similar question:

WSIF generates stubs dynamically at runtime so doesn't require a stub.
It does require the service interface which is what the dynamic stub is
generated from.

WSIF doesn't yet have its own tool for generating these but you can use
the WSDL2Java tool from AXIS. This generates the complex type classes,
service interface, and stub. You can then use the type classes and the
interface class in WSIF.

> Can I generate WSIF stubs for executing against a web service
> (similar to how axis does it)? Thanks


Thanks, Jason

-----Original Message-----
From: Jan J Kratky [] 
Sent: Tuesday, December 17, 2002 6:45 AM
Subject: [wsif] PortTypeCompiler?

I am new to WSIF. The DynamicInvoker example made getting up and running
with dynamic invocation pretty easy. However, I am still confused about
stub model for using WSIF. My understanding is that older versions of
had a PortTypeCompiler class to generate the stub and data object code
you. However, I can't find that class, or a likely replacement candidate
the binaries I downloaded late last week.

What am I missing here? Is there still a "precompile" tool to generate
stubs and data classes (similar to Axis's WSDLtoJava)? If so, where is
and where can I gat documentation on using it? Thanks!

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