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Guys,

Please comment on the client code

Need Expert comments for the WS that I have created, deployed and consumed.

I am learning webservices.

I need somebody "expert at Webservices" to have a look at the client I have written and tell me if it has been written the way it has to be?

Is there any scope for improvement?
Is there any mistake or blunder that I have made?

I am asking this as I have written the code on my own without studying any existing client.


Here is the WS that I have copied by googling (WS from JAVA)





Here is the URL and WSDL after deployment
URL



WSDL




I generated the client using the AXIS 2

Here is the consumer class that I have written


I am getting the expected output however, I need somebody "expert at Webservices" to have a look at the client I have written and tell me if it has been written the way it has to be?

Is there any scope for improvement?
Is there any mistake or blunder that I have made?

I am asking this as I have written the code on my own without studying any existing client.

 
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