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WSDL to Service

Name

wsdl2service - creates a new WSDL file containing an HTTP or JMS service definition from an existing WSDL document containing a binding element.

Synopsis

 wsdl2service -transport <soap/xml/jms> -e <service-name>
              -p <port-name> -n <attribute-binding-name>
              [-a <address>] -jds <jms-destionation-Style(queue/topic)>
              -jpu <jms-jndi-provider-URL> -jcf <jms-initial-context-factory> 
              -jfn <jms-jndi-connection-factory-name> 
              -jdn <jms-jndi-destination-name> 
              -jmt <jms-message-type(text/binary)> 
              -jmc <use-messageid-as-correlationid(true/false)> 
              -jsn <durable-subscriber-name> -o <output-file> 
              -d <output-directory> -h -v -verbose -quiet <wsdlurl>

Description

The wsdl2service tool creates a new WSDL file containing an HTTP or JMS service definition from an existing WSDL document containing a binding element.

Options

The options used to validate WSDL file are reviewed in the following table.

Option

Interpretation

-?,-h,-help

Displays the online help for this utility and exits.

-transport <soap/xml/jms>

Specifies the type of transport to use for the generated service.

-e <service-name>

Specifies the value of the generated service element's name attribute.

-p <port-name>

Specifies the value of the generated port element's name attribute. To specify multiple port elements, separate the names by a space.

-n <attribute-binding-name>

Specifies the binding used to generate the service.

-a <address>

Specifies the value used in the address element of the port.

-jds <jms-destionation-Style(queue/topic)>

JMS destination style (queue/topic).

-jpu <jms-jndi-provider-URL>

JMS JNDI provider URL.

-jcf <jms-initial-context-factory>

JMS initial context factory.

-jfn <jms-jndi-connection-factory-name>

JMS JNDI connection factory name.

-jdn <jms-jndi-destination-name>

JMS JNDI destination name.

-jmt <jms-message-type(text/binary)>

JMS message type(text/binary).

-jmc <use-messageid-as-correlationid(true/false)>

Use MessageID As CorrelationID(true/false).

-jsn <durable-subscriber-name>

Durable Subscriber Name.

-o <output-file>

Specifies the name of the generated WSDL file.

-d <output-directory>

Specifies the directory in which the generated WSDL is placed.

-v

Displays the version number for the tool.

-verbose

Displays comments during the code generation process.

-quiet

Suppresses comments during the code generation process.

wsdlurl

The path and name of the WSDL file to use in generating the code.

You must specify the -n <attribute-binding-name> argument and the <wsdlurl> argument. All other arguments are optional and may be listed in any order.

Example

wsdl2service -transport soap -e servicename -p portname -n bindingname HelloWorld.wsdl

See Also

idl2wsdl, java2js, java2ws, wsdl2corba, wsdl2java, wsdl2js, wsdl2soap, wsdl2xml, wsdlvalidator and xsd2wsdl.

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