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From Anto Paul <>
Subject Re: Customizing method body of wsdl2java generated code
Date Tue, 02 Feb 2010 10:01:31 GMT
I need to modify generated Impl class of SEI.
Is the impl class is generated using XJC. I thought only request/response
objects for data binding are generated by xjc.


On Tue, Feb 2, 2010 at 12:49 PM, Christian Schneider <> wrote:

> Hi Anto,
> I guess the best way to generate additional code is writing a xjc plugin.
> Have a look at example 6 in
> on
> how to use such a plugin .
> In the CXF source you can find the source of some xjc plugins (in path
> common/xjc). You can use one of those plugins as a base to write your
> plugin.
> Perhaps you even find what you need in jaxb commons:
> In any case you should not change generated code manually as this means you
> can not simply regenerate it. Could you explain a little more what exactly
> you want to achieve?
> Greetings
> Christian
> Am 02.02.2010 08:06, schrieb Anto Paul:
>  Hi,
>>     How to embed custom code into method body of implementation classes
>> generated by wsdl2java tool? I am writing a tool that calls wsdl2java to
>> generate service implementation classes from WSDL and the generated code
>> should contain code for calling existing service layer. CXF wsdl2java
>> generates method body that is no usable by me. Instead of modifying that
>> manually or using another tool to modify generated method body, I need to
>> replace this method body with what I supply to the tool. Is this supported
>> by wsdl2java? If not which class I should look to customize the generated
>> code? I need to do the same for client.
>> Thanks in advance
>> Anto

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