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Creating JAX-WS Client in J2ME

 
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Hi,

I am new to J2ME . I am trying to create a Web service client for my JAX-WS based web service. Is it possible to use JAX-WS to create webservice client or I need to stick to JAX-RPC.

 
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As far as I know, no, you can't. You need to stick to JAX-RPC. Actually it's not really JAX-RPC. It's a subset of JAX-RPC.
 
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Yes, you can do it. You can do it using Netbeans.

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The client is independent of the technology used on the server. It may not be possible to use a JAX-WS toolkit to create JME client code for your WS, but there should be no difficulty in creating a client some other way - check if your device supports JSR 172. As a last resort, you can always create XML programmatically and send that over an HTTP connection.
 
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