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Best Practice for creating a webservice client Not a coding question

Mark Tobin
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Joined: May 05, 2010
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I have created a webservice client using wsimport messageSubmission.wsdl that creates all the java an class files needed to connect to the service.

What would be best practice jarring said files into a jar, or adding them directly into my code base.
 
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