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wsimport – Generates JAX-WS portable artifacts that can be packaged in
a web application archive (WAR) file and provides an Ant task.


wsimport [ options ] wsdl

The command-line options. See Options.

wsdl The file that contains the machine-readable description of how
the web service can be called, what parameters it expects, and
what data structures it returns.


The wsimport command generates the following JAX-WS portable artifacts.
These artifacts can be packaged in a WAR file with the WSDL and schema
documents and the endpoint implementation to be deployed. The wsimport
command also provides a wsimport Ant task, see the Tools tab of the
Wsimport Ant Task page at http://jax-

· Service Endpoint Interface (SEI)

· Service

· Exception class is mapped from wsdl:fault (if any)

· Async Response Bean is derived from response wsdl:message (if any)

· JAXB generated value types (mapped java classes from schema types)

To start the wsgen command, do the following:

Oracle Solaris/Linux:

/bin/ -help


\bin\wsimport.bat -help


-d directory
Specifies where to place generated output files.

-b path
Specifies external JAX-WS or JAXB binding files. Multiple JAX-WS
and JAXB binding files can be specified with the -b option. You
can use these files to customize package names, bean names, and
so on. For more information about JAX-WS and JAXB binding files,
see the Users Guide tab of WSDL Customization at http://jax-

-B jaxbOption
Passes the jaxbOption option to the JAXB schema compiler.

Specifies a catalog file to resolve external entity references.
The -catalog option supports the TR9401, XCatalog, and OASIS XML
Catalog formats. See the Users Guide tab of the Catalog Support
page at

Allows vendor extensions. Use of extensions can result in
applications that are not portable or that do not work with
other implementations.

Displays a help message for the wsimport command.

-httpproxy: host:port
Specifies an HTTP proxy server. The default is 8080.

Keeps generated files.

-p name
Specifies a target package name to override the WSDL and schema
binding customizations, and the default algorithm defined in the

-s directory
Specifies where to place generated source files.

Displays compiler messages.

Prints release information.

-wsdllocation location
Specifies the @WebServiceClient.wsdlLocation value.

Generates code according to the specified JAX-WS specification
version. Version 2.0 generates compliant code for the JAX-WS 2.0

Suppresses the wsimport command output.

Multiple JAX-WS and JAXB binding files can be specified using the -b
option, and they can be used to customize various things such as
package names and bean names. More information about JAX-WS and JAXB
binding files can be found in the customization documentation at



Maps headers not bound to a request or response message to Java
method parameters.

-Xauthfile file
The WSDL URI that specifies the file that contains authorization
information. This URI is in the following format:


Prints debugging information.

Enables binding of W3C EndpointReferenceType to Java.

Does not compile the generated Java files.

The following example generates the Java artifacts and compiles the
artifacts by importing

wsimport -p stockquote


· wsgen

· The Tools tab of Wsimport Ant Task page http://jax-

· The Users Guide tab of Catalog Support page http://jax-

· The Users Guide tab of WSDL Customization page http://jax-

JDK 8 21 November 2013 wsimport

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