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Static Stub, Dynamic Proxy and DII

 
Slava Lovkiy
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There are three possible ways to implement client application:
- Static Stub
- Dynamic Proxy
- DII

As far as I understand, Static Stub encapsulates all settings for web-services invocation within itself from WDSL file.
And I am little bit confusing about difference between Dynamic Proxy and DII � all docs say that �if you have partial WSDL or have not WSDL at all, you should use either Dynamic Proxy or DII�.
Does anyone have clean samples of clients, that uses last 2 ways to work with web services?
 
Bharat Ruparel
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Please refer to the J2EE Web Services book in RMH text. He makes it pretty clear.
 
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