Due to the distributed nature of a WSDL, you cannot always control or change its contents to meet the requirements of your application. For example, the WSDL may not be owned by you or it may already be in use by your partners, making changes impractical or impossible. If directly editing the WSDL is not an option, you can customize how the WSDL components are mapped to Java objects by specifying custom binding declarations. You can use binding declarations to control specific features as well, such as asynchrony, wrapper style, and to control the JAXB data binding artifacts that are produced by customizing the XML Schema.
You can define binding declarations in one of the following ways:
The Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse (OEPE) provides a JAX-WS Bindings Customization wizard to generate a custom bindings file and JAX-WS Bindings Editor for editing the bindings declarations file.
In this tutorial, you will create an external bindings declarations file that contains all binding declarations for the TroubleTicketSystem Product Web Service WSDL.
You will also define/implement the JAX-WS protocol and logical handlers.
In this step, you will create the external bindings declarations file in the TroubleTicketSystemWebClient project.
Before you start the tutorial steps, download the resources.zip and unzip it.
You will perform the following tasks in this step:
Save the ProductWebServiceService.wsdl file.
The web service client proxy classes for the Product Web Service are generated under the com.oracle.ticketsystem.webservices package based on the target namespace defined in its WSDL. In this step, you will generate the custom bindings declaration file for the Product Web Service using its WSDL. In the custom bindings file, you will generate the Product Web Service client proxy classes under the com.oracle.ticketsystem.webservices.product package.
A) In WebServiceClientFactory, replace the two imports
B) In ProductInfoBean.java,
Replace the import com.oracle.ticketsystem.webservices.ProductWebService;
and remove or comment out the
Lastly, you may also wish to fix the TroubleTicketSystemWebClient\WebContent\newTicket.jsp. Replace the import:
<%@ page import="com.oracle.ticketsystem.webservices.*
with the correct package:
<%@ page import="com.oracle.ticketsystem.webservices.product.*,
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