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Hi,

I am new to web services. I need to write a web service client that invokes a web service method. The method takes complex types as parameter and returns a complex type.what kind of client(static stub, dynamic proxy or DII) should I use to invoke such kind of method? Is it impossible to use dynamic proxy or DII for this kind of methods?

Thanks in advance.
 
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You can use either static or dynamic client for this. We have an article on WebServices using complex types in our JavaRanch Journal here
 
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