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Stephan van Hulst
Web Services Certification (OCEJWSD)
where is Stub,SEI,Proxy
posted 9 years ago
i have very basic doubt regarding ws, please do the needful
I am using WID as IDE
i created a simple pojo class with name "Hello" and created a webservice by using the above pojo
in service side i got a class with name IHello_SEI.java and a wsdl file
while if i am doing with client side,i got
and a wsdl file
can you guys please let me know
1.while generating above classes the jax-rpc complier takes data from clinet side wsdl or service side wsdl?
2.where is stub class here?
3.Its created again an EndPointInterface at client side also(Hello.java), why do two end point interfaces(service+client side) required here?
please clarfiy my questions...
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