Systinet has released the first beta of the WASP Tools for Eclipse that extends the IDE to provide a complete development environment for SOAP Web Services.</p>

You can download it for free from the Systinet Website at http://www.systinet.com/eap/eclipse/index.html
through the Early Access Program.

Main features:
-Java2WSDL compiler that enables automated Web Service code generation from any regular Java classes.
-WSDL2Java automated Java stub/skeleton code generation.
-Web Service perspective, with set of views that are useful during Web service development and testing.
-Both local and remote Web Service deployment.

We are currently working on the following additional features:

-SOAPSpy, a SOAP message tracing tool.
-Both client and server-side Web Service debugging.

WASP Tools for Eclipse require Eclipse SDK R1.0. They run on Windows and Linux operating systems.