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into generated wsdl? plugable databinding?

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soawork
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Hi there,

I want to use jax-ws for creating my web services.
Now I have two small questions, hope somebody can help me out.

1.) wsdl offers tags inside of services, operations and parameters. Is there a way to get such data into the generated wsdls? i think the jsr181 doesn't offer any documentation parameter (in my opinion they should)

2.) is jax-ws bound to jaxb or is it possible to use mapping frameworks of my choice?

thx
Dominik

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soawork
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thx a lot

jitu
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> 2.) is jax-ws bound to jaxb or is it possible to use
> mapping frameworks of my choice?
>

I don't know whether it is helpful for you. You could use Dispatch, Provider and use other binding frameworks to do binding on the xml infoset.

vivekp
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> Hi there,
>
> I want to use jax-ws for creating my web services.
> Now I have two small questions, hope somebody can
> help me out.
>
> 1.) wsdl offers tags inside of
> services, operations and parameters. Is there a way
> to get such data into the generated wsdls? i think
> the jsr181 doesn't offer any documentation parameter
> (in my opinion they should)
>

Currently no. thats right 181 doesn't define it and probably it should.

Starting from WSDL you can use jaxws:bindings customizations to generate javadoc for an SEI/Generated Service/Package/Operations etc.

See the user guide at:

https://jax-ws.dev.java.net/jax-ws-ea3/docs/customizations.html#2.9_Java...

> 2.) is jax-ws bound to jaxb or is it possible to use
> mapping frameworks of my choice?
>

no. jaxws RI needs JAXB for databinding.

thanks,

-vivek.

> thx
> Dominik

gneil
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