Mar 4th, 2009, 03:10 AM
Spring Remoting vs WSDL2Java
I'm currently using WSDL2Java in order to consume Web Services, and was wondering how Spring remoting compares to this approach. If I could skip generating the client files with WSDL2Java every time the WSDL's change this would be very welcome indeed (of course my mappings may change between the WS and my domain model)
1) Could someone give me the pros/cons?
2) When using Spring to consume web services, doesn't Spring have to generate the client classes every time the application is started?
Last edited by odinodin; Mar 4th, 2009 at 04:07 AM.