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Consuming a WebService

Hi All,

Im following this help doc to build an application to consume a webservice.

What I want to understand is the following :

In point no 7. What configuration do I need to do with the logical port.

7. If necessary, configure the logical port.

In point no 8. What is SEI and how do I program my application using the SEI.

8.  Program your application using the service endpoint interface (SEI). 

What does the below mean? This is point no 8 continued.

When programming a client application, you receive a stub that implements the service endpoint interface through the implementation class of the service interfaces. 
Transfer the Web Service Client API to the Java project class path that contains the client application. You can also add the Client API JAR file from the context menu of the Java Explorer in the Web Service perspective.

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2008 at 07:33 PM


    I have created a deployable proxy for this webservice. I have now created a EAR and have deployed this EAR on the JAVA WAS.

    Then I have added the JAR file of this JAVA Proxy into my project using->Project->Properties->Add Jars.

    The question is how do I use this proxy now.


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