Generate a Stub/Proxy Client from a WSDL File

To generate a stub/proxy client from a WSDL file, you need to download Axis from the Apache website This tip will work for jdk1.4.x or above.

Suppose you have a WSDL file named Login.wsdl and you’re working on the directory (in Windows, c:wstest). Just follow these steps:

  1. Set the classpath:
    C:wstest>set classpath=%CLASSPATH%;axis.jar;axis-ant.jar;commons-discovery-0.2.jar;commons-logging-1.0.4.jar;jaxrpc.jar;log4j-1.2.8.jar;saaj.jar;wsdl4j-1.5.1.jar;c:wstest
  2. Set the Java path to java org.apache.axis.wsdl.WSDL2Java Login.wsdl.
  3. Execute the following command to generate the necessary classes:

    See below for the sample files.

  4. Instantiate the XXXLocator class and invoke getXXXSoap() to get a XXXSoap instance.
  5. Use the XXXSoap instance to call the webservice methods.
  6. Instantiate the LoginLocator class and invoke getLoginSoap() to get a LoginSoap instance.
  7. Using the LoginSoap instance to call the webservice methods:
     LoginLocator locator = new LoginLocator(); LoginSoap soap = locator.getLoginSoap(); soap.xxxMethod();

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