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The scenario is I have to consume a webservice and I know only the URL of the wsdl file.

Q1. Is it a good option to generate the stub classes locally through 'wsimport' (JAX-WS API) ?
If so, how often should I execute this ? Is there a way to know that the remote wsdl has been modified ?

Q2. I just need the Java client - so, do I really need a server running in my local machine ?

Thanks in advance.

Somak
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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