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JAX-RPC DII or Stub based client

Ramya Iyer
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If the input/output is one of the wrapper class datatypes in Java like String, Float, or primitive datatypes, I am aware of how I can create a webservice and using the wsdl create a client using either stub classes or DII.

But if I use custom classes like com.Customer or com.Product as input to my webservice methods and return custom classes as output, what should I send to my client during dev time so that they will have these classes that will be used for input/output. How will this be used by DII mechanism?

Please provide me any reference that will help me to understand how webservice can be used for user-defined classes as input/output to the methods.
 
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