wsgen - Java™ API for XML Web Services (JAX-WS) 2.0

Specification Version: 2.1
Implementation Version: 2.1.1

The wsgen tool generates JAX-WS portable artifacts used in JAX-WS web services. The tool reads a web service endpoint implementation class (SEI) and generates all the required artifacts for web service deployment, and invocation

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Overview

The wsgen tool generates JAX-WS portable artifacts used in JAX-WS web services. The tool reads a web service endpoint class and generates all the required artifacts for web service deployment, and invocation. JAXWS 2.1.1 RI also provides a wsgen ant task, see Wsgen ant task for details.

Launching wsgen

Syntax

wsgen [options] <SEI>

The following table lists the wsgen options.

Option

Description

-classpath <path>

Specify where to find input class files

-cp <path>

Same as -classpath <path>

-d <directory>

Specify where to place generated output files

-extension

allow vendor extensions (functionality not specified by the specification). Use of extensions may result in applications that are not portable or may not interoperate with other implementations

-help

Display help

-keep

Keep generated files

-r <directory>

Used only in conjunction with the -wsdl option. Specify where to place generated resource files such as WSDLs

-s <directory>

Specify where to place generated source files

-verbose

Output messages about what the compiler is doing

-version

Print version information. Use of this option will ONLY print version information. Normal processing will not occur.

-wsdl[:protocol]

By default wsgen does not generate a WSDL file. This flag is optional and will cause wsgen to generate a WSDL file and is usually only used so that the developer can look at the WSDL before the endpoint is deploy. The protocol is optional and is used to specify what protocol should be used in the wsdl:binding. Valid protocols include: soap1.1 and Xsoap1.2. The default is soap1.1. Xsoap1.2 is not standard and can only be used in conjunction with the -extension option.

-servicename <name>

Used only in conjunction with the -wsdl option. Used to specify a particular wsdl:service name to be generated in the WSDL. Example, -servicename "{http://mynamespace/}MyService"

-portname <name>

Used only in conjunction with the -wsdl option. Used to specify a particular wsdl:port name to be generated in the WSDL. Example, -portname "{http://mynamespace/}MyPort"

Example

wsgen -d stock -cp myclasspath stock.StockService 

This will generate the wrapper classes needed for StockService annotated with @WebService annotation inside stockdirectory.

wsgen -wsdl -d stock -cp myclasspath stock.StockService 

This will generate a SOAP 1.1 WSDL and schema for your Java class stock.StockService annotated with @WebService annotation.

wsgen -wsdl:Xsoap1.2 -d stock -cp myclasspath stock.StockService 

Will generate a SOAP 1.2 WSDL.

Note that you do not have to generate WSDL at the development time as JAXWS runtime will automatically generate a WSDL for you when you deploy your service.


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