Most Web Services Platforms (WSPs) provide a WSDL compiler that generates interfaces, stubs, skeletons, and other class files from WSDL definitions. For example, Apache Axis provides a tool called wsdl2java, and the Sun JAX-RPC reference implementation provides a tool called wscompile. The code generated by each particular tool is typically tied to the WSP runtime.
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