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I have a wsdl that was auto-generated using some tool. I want to use that and generate the webservice to run on my local PC where I have weblogic running. How do I go about it?
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if you are using any IDE, you can generate the stubs from the WSDL itself,
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implement your functionality in the generated method and deploy it as a WAR file
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this is for netbeans, http://netbeans.dzone.com/news/5-techniques-create-web-servic
with eclipse is no different
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by:Siva Prasanna Kumar
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You want to create the web service?? or consume (invoke) the web service using the WSDL? once you can clear this based on the IDE you choose may be we can help better.
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I want to create the web service. not invoke different methods of the web service.I'm working with Eclipse.
This is to work on Weblogic 7.
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in eclipse also, if you have a wsdl, you can create a webservice/

if you select New->Webservice-> Select Topdown approach,
specify the location to wsdl. all the necessary classes will be generated.

Implement your service method in the service method in the service class,  and deploy it
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