Hi, I am new to webservices, so excuse me if you find the question absurd. I have a Session EJB, (weblogic 8.1) whose methods I want to expose as webservice.These methods have arguments and return types that are not built-in datatypes. If I use servicegen ant task, it creates some client jar file. Question: Is it that I've to put these class files(jar) in the calling application? Is there no way that I can avoid that? In other words, is it possible to use webservices w/o any client jars at all?
posted 10 years ago
Well, the client needs at least all the non-standard classes that are being transferred over the WS, in addition to the usual WS scaffolding. Why would this be a problem?