Re: client code with no WSDL

From: Kishor Patil <kishor4j_at_YAHOO.COM>
Date: Sat, 28 Jun 2003 05:38:18 -0700

Alternatively, if you want WSDL you can have it quite easily if you deploy your service on Apache AXIS. Just rename to your_service.jws and that's it. Get your WSDL by appending ?wsdl to endpoint.
Now from this WSDL you can generate JAXRPC client.

Anne Thomas Manes <anne_at_MANES.NET> wrote:
You can generate WSDL from the service code, and then use that to generate
your client stub, but that won't guarantee success. If it doesn't work, then
you'll need to speak to the service provider to find out binding
- RPC or Document style
- If RPC, what namespace should be used for the message
- Encoded or Literal
- What's the expected message structure
- What should the SOAPAction be


----- Original Message -----
From: "Sam D"
Sent: Saturday, June 28, 2003 1:02 AM
Subject: client code with no WSDL

> Can I write a JAX-RPC client even if I dont have the
> WSDL ?
> I have the Java code for the service.
> Thanks

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