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From Roslan Amir <ros...@xybase.com>
Subject Re: Expose a java class in only once with Axis ?
Date Wed, 08 Sep 2004 05:47:15 GMT
No. The documentation clearly states that the BindingImpl class will not 
be overwritten by wsdl2java if it already exists.

Roslan

Chandrasegaram Jeyakumaran wrote:

> yes,thats ok,Any how he needs to populate the logic in the generated
> class(BindingImpl) once again.
> 
> Jeykaumaran
> 
>>Or you can use Ant to run java2wsdl first to generate the WSDL and then
>>run wsdl2java to generate the classes. You don't even have to look at
>>the WSDL.
>>
>>Roslan Amir
>>
>>Chandrasegaram Jeyakumaran wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Hi,
>>>No, I don't think that there is such an idea.
>>>The way you did is for the ease of geneartion.
>>>in fact you may write your own service descriptor without generating it.
>>>Else if you want everything to be automated better to follow the same
>>>procedure.
>>>You may need only to populate the logic inside the method.:)
>>>
>>>regards,
>>>Jeyakumaran.C
>>>
>>>
>>>>Hi,
>>>>
>>>>When I try to expose a java class as a web service with Axis, I have to
>>>>execute the java2wsdl and then wsdl2java which generate the wsdd file.
>>>>
>>>>Do you know if the Axis team will write a tool (a java class java2ws for
>>>>example) which will be able to expose a java class as a web service in
>>>>only once ?
>>>>
>>>>Thanks for your answsers.
>>>>
>>>>Olivier
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>Lanka Software Foundation
>>>Promoting opensource in Srilanka
>>>
>>
>>
> 
> 
> Lanka Software Foundation
> Promoting opensource in Srilanka
> 

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