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Webservice stub-RPC encoded

 
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Hi all,
In our application, we are calling external webservice.The WSDL looks 'old'(2006 and by Axis apache) and i see following lines

Does this mean RPC encoded ? We can't access it in lower environments, so i m thinking of creating Stub(proxy webservice). How can we do that?
Will there be any problem in calling the webservice from Java applications as now JAX-WS is the preferred way of developing and consuming the webservice ?
 
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Hi Arjun,

Please let me know which frame work are you to generate the stub. Are you using cxf, axis or jax-ws provided by jdk. Also please let me know if you have service open and running. Are you using ecllipse. Based on the above confirmation I can provide you commands using which you can be able to generate stubs properly.
 
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