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From Ritesh Rathore <Ritesh.Rath...@mastek.com>
Subject RE: web service clients : Help
Date Tue, 01 Apr 2014 14:10:05 GMT
Using JAX-WS API for Creating client.

From: Ritesh Rathore
Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2014 7:11 PM
To: 'dkulp@apache.org'; 'dev@cxf.apache.org'; 'ffang@apache.org'
Subject: web service clients : Help

Hi All,

Our current web service clients use WSDLs to get the end points of the services that we want
to hit.
As a result we store the WSDL URL's in our tables to be able to run the web service clients.

Is there a way we can hit the end points directly without having to go through the WSDL?
Can you please suggests what need to make changes to achieve that?

Please share your thoughts on this.

Note:  we are using a Apache CXF 2.1.3

Thanks & Regards,
Ritesh Rathore
MASTEK LTD.
In the US, we're called MAJESCOMASTEK

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