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Can anyone tell me how to create different types of web service clients(Static,Dyanamic Proxy and DII) using JAX - WS specification, and also can anyone please tell me the what is the major difference between JAX - RPC and JAX - WS specification.
 
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can anyone please answer this as i am really confused.
 
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This should help with the latter: difference jax-rpc jax-ws
 
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can anyone please tell me the first part
 
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Hi Prashant,
JAX-RPC 1.1 - Java API for XML based Remote Procedue Call is API provided in J2EE 1.4 spec for web services implementation. But in JEE 5 onwards it has been properly renamed as JAX-WS 2.0(Java API for XML based Web Services).

Can anyone tell me how to create different types of web service clients(Static,Dyanamic Proxy and DII) using JAX - WS specification, and also can anyone please tell me the what is the major difference between JAX - RPC and JAX - WS specification.


It will take more than just a few paragraphs to explain those concepts. Get a copy of this book for J2EE 1.4 web services. It'll also give a good foundation if you have to work on JAX-WS.
 
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Hi!
Take a look at section 4.9 in my SCDJWS 5 Study Notes, which describe different types of JAX-WS web service clients with code examples.
The document can be found here: http://www.slideshare.net/krizsan/scdjws-5-study-notes-3085287
Best wishes!
 
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