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  • Generating service from WSDL

    I have a WSDL that was implemented in a different language now I need to implement it in Spring. How do I go about generating the classes from the WSDL?

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    You don't generate... I suggest a read of the Spring WS reference guide...

    You only generate the domain classes with jaxb everything else you don't generate (webservice client etc).

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      Yea, I did read the Chapter 3. Writing Contract-First Web Services. It said:

      3.4. Service contract
      A service contract is generally expressed as a WSDL file. Note that in Spring-WS, writing the WSDL by hand is not required. Based on the XSD and some conventions, Spring-WS can create the WSDL for you, as explained in the section entitled Section 3.6, “Implementing the Endpoint”. You can skip to the next section if you want to; the remainder of this section will show you how to write your own WSDL by hand.
      I am simply not seeing anything that starts out with: so you have a WSDL from XYZ company and you need to implement a web service for the WSDL. This is how you do it...

      Best I have found so far is Axis2/Java.

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