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Dynamic Web Service Client Generation from WSDL

Dear all,

I am currently working on the implementation of Web Dynpro Application where I discover a list of available web services. From the latter, I can only retreive their WSDL.

I would like from my Web Dynpro Application to invoke those discovered services.

The idea is then to generate dynamically client web services from their WSDL directly in my Java code.

I already know know to generate a client web service from a WSDL file within SAP Developer Studio, but I do not know if it is possible to do so within a Web Dynpro Applications.

So I wonder first if it is possible to generate a client web service dynamically from its WSDL. If yes, I would need your expertise to do so 😉

Thank you in advance,

Best Regards,

Laurent.

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 12:57 PM

    Hi,

    Chk This blog /people/anilkumar.vippagunta2/blog/2006/12/13/secured-webservices-ii

    Regards

    Ayyapparaj

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    • Dear Ayyapparaj,

      Sorry, but I do not see the link because the dynamic generation of client web services at runtime and your blog.

      I knew how to create within the SAP Developer Studio a client web service from its WSDL.

      But my problem is slightly different, because I would like to generate at runtime a client web service from a WSDL. The latter is retrieved after the discovery of a web service.

      If you would have any idea how to do so.

      Thank you,

      Best Regards,

      Laurent.

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