Change in the namespace of the Client proxy?

Hi All,
   I want to know if there is way to change the name space in an existing client proxy. The problem is the provider system is not fully set up yet. So the provider keeps changing the URL to the web services. What is the best way to handle such a situation ?
Do I need to re-create the proxy each time the namespace is changed or just the regeneration of the proxy is enough? In either case I believe WSDL file should be updated. Please guide me...
Regards,
Vamsi
Edited by: varaprasad bhagavatula on Apr 20, 2010 7:03 PM

changing URL of endpoint(webservice) won't affect your proxy but changing namespace will affect (there is difference between namespace and endpoint url),
1. If URL is changing then there is no need to create proxy again but change configuration part in SOAMANAGER.
2. If namespace is changed then you need to create proxy again.
Regards,
Gourav

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