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Dynamic Client That Uses WSDL as an argument

 
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While using webservices with Weblogic 8.1, I have noticed in the documentation that there are ways to invoke a web-service without generating or making use of the client stubs classes.

Currently we are using the wscompile utiltity to generate, the client stubs and making use of those.

Is is a recommended method, to invoke the webservices by using a Dynamic Clien that uses WSDL path as an argument, or is it better to generate the client stubs and use them to communicate with the services.

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