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Unused classes in web service auto generated code

 
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Hi,
i have to use a web service with some classes and methods.
I automatically generate the web service code using netbeans, but there are some unused classes. I can do everything that i was told without using some classes.

in a main method i can do everything by right click->code insert->web service client code like this:


and use it:



these lines do everything needed to mod operation.
but there are two classes Mod and ModResponse
BUT what do the Mod and ModResponse classes do?
They are here:
Mod.java



ModResponse.java



What should i do with the unused classes; Mod.java and ModResponse.java?
I am wanted to develop a SOA oriented application, so should i use the unused classes to make my app more SOA oriented?
This is my question. Thanks
 
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