Create Axis Web Service stubs/artifacts using soapUI

It is very easy to generate Axis web service stubs (artifacts) using soapUI tool. NOTE: This can also be done using the commands

Put file in C:\Projects\Jars\axis-1_4\lib
cd C:\Projects\Jars\axis-1_4\lib
java -cp %AXISCLASSPATH% org.apache.axis.wsdl.WSDL2Java -p

soapUI is a web service, SOA, SOAP testing tool which provides a GUI for generating these stubs for those who do not like the command line. soapUI is a free open source desktop application for inspecting contract, invoking, developing, testing (functional, load, compliance, simulation) web services.

First in File-> Preferences->Tools tab set the Axis 1.x directory where you have downloaded the library files. Axis libraries can be downloaded out here : http://www.apache.org/dyn/closer.cgi/ws/axis/1_4

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Tools->Axis 1.0 Artifacts

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Put in the WSDL and the directory where you want the stubs to be located

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In the Advanced tab you can specify the package where stubs should be placed

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Generate button will start the task of generating stubs

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In the following articles I will demonstrate how I called the web service using these stubs.

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4 thoughts on “Create Axis Web Service stubs/artifacts using soapUI

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  2. Hi, This is very helpful. Can you point to the pages where you were going to “demonstrate how I called the web service using these stubs”? I couldn't find the links in the article.

    Thanks,
    Sara

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