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Confuse about to use JAX-RPC

 
somkiat puisungnoen
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In J2EE 1.4 that integrate WEb Service such as JAX-RPC .... etc
I confuse to use JAX-RPC client that use for call web service in target server. because solution in client call web service have more one solution.
How/When to use each solution ?
//In all solution is best choice? ....
 
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Did you read the Sun tutorial?"
 
somkiat puisungnoen
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Yes, i did it. But i'm not understand that How to use in each solution?
please explain to me in each solution.
thank for all answer.
 
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If you don't need a dynamic invocation scheme, use static stubs. If you need a dynamic invocation scheme, use either a dynamic proxy or the DII. Reasons for needing dynamic invocation could be that you're writing some sort of a gateway product and thus cannot afford "hardcoding" the service-specific stuff like method names, namespaces, etc. into a static stub.
 
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