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From Niels Boem <>
Subject RE: Generate Server Side Implementation based on WSDL
Date Mon, 16 Feb 2009 21:26:04 GMT




Many thanx! The tutorial really gave me a good start. 


But I need to ask some additional questions:


Is there any way to pass a reference to the service.xml file to the AxisConfiguration API
or do I have to use add parameters?


When I generated the server code the package name became localhost. I guess that wsdl2java
picked that up from the WSDL file and that 

it can be changed somehow?


How to define the endpoint name?



Again any help is greatly appreciated









Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2009 05:03:08 +0530
Subject: Re: Generate Server Side Implementation based on WSDL

Hi Niels,
       This tutorial [1] will help you.


[1] -

On Sun, Feb 15, 2009 at 4:30 PM, Niels Boem <> wrote:

Hi mail group,
I have just started at a new job. My work includes maintaning our business
server (java based J2EE container)
Previously all our business components have been written first (straigth up POJO) and
then they have been rigistred to the Axis2 run-time envionrment using the AxisConfiguration
(e.g. we have never handled any configuration xml files / WSDL etc)
But this week I got the WSDL file for a business service that we are required to support.

This means that we must either be able to generate the java classes directly based on the
WSDL definitons, or 
to somehow configure the mapping between the standard WSDL data definitions into Java.
I'm pretty new to this so any help is greatly appreciated. But I cannot change the fact all
the registration is 
done using the AxisConfiguration API, to change this would require to much work.


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