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From Glen Mazza <glen.ma...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How do I write and test a sample?
Date Fri, 18 Sep 2009 01:29:43 GMT

Normally, you're creating the SOAP client for somebody else's web service,
so, yes, you'll have the code generation within the client's pom.  My
SOAP-client only example does that:
http://www.jroller.com/gmazza/entry/creating_a_soap_client_with

Creating a special jar for the wsdl-first example was just a simplicity
issue so as not to duplicate the JAX-WS code generation for both service and
client.  It's not perfect; namely, the *Service.java file will still
hardcode a specific default reference to the WSDL file on the local machine,
not helpful if the client and service are on different machines.  To
increase portability, I was thinking of somehow including the WSDL in the
JAR file and having the *Service.java file point to *that* WSDL if possible. 
Still, for a simple tutorial the current method works.

Glen


Christian Schneider wrote:
> 
> So I think my problem is solved but thanks for the nice example. I have 
> a question about the example. You create code from the wsdl into a 
> special jar. Wouldn´t it be easier to include the code generation into 
> the client and the server pom?
> 
> Greetings
> 
> Christian
> 

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