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In the previous blog post, we learnt how to parse WSDL using the 'wsimport' tool. That's not the only option to parse a WSDL file in Java. If you are using Maven as a build tool, you can perform the same using 'JAX-WS' Maven plugin.


In this tutorial, we are going to learn how you can use the 'JAX-WS' Maven plugin to parse a WSDL file to generate java classes.

Published by on under Java | Manika-Chowdhury

The Web Services Description Language (WSDL) is an XML based interface definition language that is used for describing the functionality offered by a SOAP web service. If you have a WSDL file and you want to generate java classes (.java and .class) from it, there are number of ways.


In this quick 'how-to' article, we will learn how to generate java classes using the 'wsimport' command that by default comes with JDK.

Published by on under Java | Manika-Chowdhury

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