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Hello All,

In my project, I am at a point of developing Web Service clients to invoke two different web services. One takes a custom object as method parameter (returns a custom object) and another takes a string argument (returns a string).

Now, I looked at various technologies to design my client viz Apache Axis, JAXM, JAX-RPC, WebLogic's Web service's supporting features etc.

But I am confused looking at each of them. Can someone please let me know what are the tradeoffs to consider while making this decision? and what technology you think best suites my need?

Thanks in advance.
Kiran
 
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