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Java standalone Client for WebService Creation Problem

Mohd Fuzail
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I need to use RAD (cant use anything else ) to create standalone java client for Web Service, presently i am trying to create client for
WS-A : .NET Web Service whose WSDL location i have
WS-B : Another Webservice which was generated using WebSphere JAX-WS Runtime.

When i tried creating java client using the code SAAJ-CLIENT provided in FAQ. I am getting java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException for both WS-A and WS-B

For another Wed Service which was generated using WebPshere JAX-RPC runtime SAAJ-CLIENT is working fine

I need to create a utility program using which the user provides WSDL location and minimal information (like input parameter)and the utility will take care of rest like accessing web service, wrapping parameter and returning response.

I know RAD 7 allows you to create a Java Proxy Client for any given web service, but i dont want to deploy the client to be used. My primary requirement is to create a standalone java client. I know it can be done as i am able to Test the .NET webservice using Test Explorer in RAD. Since i am new to WS and RAD (4 week old) i am still facing issues in getting things in right perspective

Please help
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