Describes the types of clients you can generate for service interfaces.
Restriction: This topic applies to Windows environments (local development) only.

You can use a generated client to test a service, or to access a service in production.

Note: When you generate a Java client, this produces an EJB or Java Bean in addition to the Java client files. Also during the generation process, the .car file created during deployment is deleted. Therefore, when setting up your Java service interface for production, you must deploy it using the .car file before generating a client.