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    ramosamaze is offline Member
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    Default Invoke Java Web services without a client stub

    Hi,

    Is there is any way to invoke a java web services without a client stub. I am new to Java Web services. Please suggest me any way to invoke it without a client stub.

    Thanks in advance for the help.:)

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    Why don't you want to use a client stub?

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    I have a different Web services, i may need to call those thorough UI. I tried to call one such Webservices through wsdl file in eclipse, but it created Client stubs and 5 other files like (services,locator,proxy..). So to call each Web services this will create 5 different Client files.

    FYI, I am using Axis tool, eclipse IDE for java.

    Suggest me, if there is any way to call webservices without creating the client tool and even if we can do it in alternate tool.

    Thanks.

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