What is more "usual": creating webservice from existing java class or starting from WSDL definition

Discussion in 'Java' started by Jason Stacy, Jan 25, 2008.

  1. Jason Stacy

    Jason Stacy Guest

    As well known one can start to create WebServices by two ways:

    1.) create a WSDL from an existing java class (with webservice annotations)
    or
    2.) Create a java class source skeleton from an existing WSDL definition file.

    Which approach is more usual?

    If webservice projects are started in real world which is preferable ?

    Is there a web page which discusses the pros and cons of the two ways ?

    J.
     
    Jason Stacy, Jan 25, 2008
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