How to edit Java source code of a generated Web Service?

I generated a Jax RPC (1.4) Web Service using the JDev Wizard . Everything works fine. But now I need to make some changes in the business logic contained in the source code. The problem is there is no easy way to get to the source code - JDeveloper shows the web service but right clicking on it only lets me go to the WSDL or Mapping file - not the Java source.
So - how do I get to the source.
I could do a file -> open and open up the java file and edit it - but this seems like a round about way . Why doesn't JDev let me go back to the Source code easily?
It does provide a Regeneate from Source option but there is no way (as far as I could tell) to actually jump back into the source code after I've generated the Web Service.
Thanks!

Hi,
just to confirm that Jan is ight. If you seect the generated WSDL icon, which is shown in the Application Navigator, open the Structure Window and you'll see all teh generated interfaces and sourcefiles, as well as your WebService file.
Alternatively you can use teh System navigator which will show all files in one view (ctrl+shift+N)
Frank

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