2009/5/8 Vicente Werner <vwerner at gmail.com>:
> I think you should explain more clearly the problem, because it's not clear
> from your post if you're simply unable to get the wsdl definition file for
> an existing service, or that you do not have a way to generate one for your
> own services.
One way or the other I'd recommend you look at:
They can help you a lot. WSO2 has the capabilities to build servers
and clients. From the little details you gave, I'd say those two
packages are what you are looking for.
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