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I need to write a client for Testing the SEI implemented as stateless session bean  RSS feed

 
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Please let me know this :

I need to write a client for Testing the SEI implemented as stateless session bean .what is the appropiate way to do ?
should i use ?

1. J2EE Stub-based Client
2. Dynamic Proxy
3. Dynamic Invocation Interface (DII).


I Prefer using J2EE Stub-based Client since it is very easy. Will this be a right approach ??
 
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with 2 days of patience Please answer my queries
 
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One way I know is.

Using wsimport of JAX-WS create stub classes for the webservice.
Using these create a simple core java client.
 
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Try this http://www.soapui.org
You won't have to write any client code at all.
 
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Using wsimport of JAX-WS create stub classes for the webservice.



I am using JAX-RPC not JAX-WS
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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