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Web service client jar or dynamic client?

shakeel ahmed
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Joined: Jun 05, 2008
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Hi
I am new to web services. We are integrating a J2EE application running on weblogic to Axapta system through web services. Now in order to call Axapta web service we can either go for client jar or use a dynamic client. Can I get the comparision between the use of the two? I feel that client jar would be better in terms of performance is that right?
 
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