From: Almeida, Timothy <timothya_at_FIREPOND.COM>
Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2003 17:36:14 -0600

I've found a download for WSDL4J on IBM's site. Hoping its an implementation
of JWSDL, which I'm guessing is a specification.
Question for you: Does it (WSDL4J) just consist of an API specification
(largely interface definitions, etc.) or is it an actual usable
implementation of the JWSDL spec?
One other thing: Presuming its a usable implementation, is there a quick and
easy way of getting up to speed with the API? (Either online examples,
articles or documentation other than the Javadocs that come with the
download? If not, I guess we'll just have to get to know it the
old-fashioned way!)
Thanks much,

-----Original Message-----
From: Anne Thomas Manes [mailto:anne_at_MANES.NET]
Sent: Tuesday, February 11, 2003 11:26 AM
Subject: Re: Dynamic Proxy invocation

Try using JWSDL.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Public discussion on JAX-RPC
> [mailto:JAXRPC-INTEREST_at_JAVA.SUN.COM]On Behalf Of Rajesh Chawla
> Sent: Tuesday, February 11, 2003 12:12 PM
> Subject: Re: Dynamic Proxy invocation
> I've been able to do this by running xrpcc on the WSDL file and then
> parsing
> the model file generated to retrieve the correct classnames. If
> you find a
> simpler
> way to do this I would love to hear about it.
> Regards,
> Rajesh
> Suresh Y
> <suresh.yellamaraju@ To:
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> 02/11/2003 08:41 AM
> Please respond to
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> Given only a WSDL document and method name, how do we get to know the
> serviceEndpointInterface class to use, in getPort method of Service? Is
> there any sample code that illustrates how to do this?