Red Hat
Feb 14, 2013
by Alessio Soldano
Back in March 2010 I wrote about our JBossWS Maven plugin for running JAXWS tools (wsconsume and wsprovide). The plugin allows embedding tools' invocation into user Maven projects, so that given a wsdl contract you can e.g. automatically generate stub classes and interfaces for a ws endpoint you want to implement or for an endpoint you want to build a client for.
Yesterday I cut a micro 1.1.1.Final release of the plugin (org.jboss.ws.plugins:maven-jaxws-tools-plugin), which is available on the usual JBoss Maven repository. You're welcome to go and try it.
On that purpose, I've written a small sample project showing how a user project can actually use the wsconsume plugin. It's available on the wiki, have a look and see how easy it's to use it! :-)