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From nit...@opensource.lk
Subject Re: Problem with WSDL2Ws - have we picked up a partial fix?
Date Wed, 28 Jul 2004 09:30:34 GMT
Hi Adrian,

Client side -stubs and in server side skeletons & wrappers are
generating using the latest cvs checkout and axis-1_2Beta axis jars.

I think you have encounted this problem because of taking a partial
out of CVS?

rgds,
Nithya.


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> Hi,
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> These are the results we got with axis1_2Beta.
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> This is the WSDL we are using:(See attached file: Enumeration.wsdl)
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> Many Thanks for looking into this.
> Adrian
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> Hi,
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>   Try using the latest Axis JARS - axis1_2Beta version. It should work.
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>   If you can attach the wsdl I can try it out .
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> rgds,
> Nithya.
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>> Hi,
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>> We've just picked up the latest version of code from CVS, and seeing the
>> following problem when compiling stubs generated by WSDL2Ws.
>> Type1.h:18: syntax error before `>' token
>> Type1.h:19: declaration of `char*Type1::Type1'
>> Type1.h:18: conflicts with previous declaration `int Type1::Type1'
>> Type1.h:19: syntax error before `>' token
>> Type1.h:20: declaration of `char*Type1::Type1'
>> Type1.h:18: conflicts with previous declaration `int Type1::Type1'
>> Type1.h:20: syntax error before `>' token
>> Type1.h:21: declaration of `int Type1::Type1'
>> Type1.h:18: conflicts with previous declaration `int Type1::Type1'
>> Type1.h:21: syntax error before `>' token
>> Type1.h:22: declaration of `char*Type1::Type1'
>> Type1.h:18: conflicts with previous declaration `int Type1::Type1'
>> Type1.h:22: syntax error before `>' token
>> Type1.h:19: duplicate member `Type1::Type1'
>> Type1.h:20: duplicate member `Type1::Type1'
>> Type1.h:21: duplicate member `Type1::Type1'
>> Type1.h:22: duplicate member `Type1::Type1'
>> Type1.h:22: duplicate member `Type1::Type1'
>> Type1.h:18: warning: field `int Type1::Type1' with same name as class
>> Type1.h:20: warning: field `char*Type1::Type1' with same name as class
>> EnumerationClient.cpp: In function `int main(int, char**)':
>> EnumerationClient.cpp:23: `class Type1' has no member named
>> `enum_string'
>> EnumerationClient.cpp:24: `class Type1' has no member named
>> `att_enum_string'
>> EnumerationClient.cpp:25: `class Type1' has no member named `enum_int'
>> EnumerationClient.cpp:26: `class Type1' has no member named
> `att_enum_int'
>> EnumerationClient.cpp:27: `class Type1' has no member named
>> `att_enum_kind'
>> EnumerationClient.cpp:40: `class Type1' has no member named
> `att_enum_int'
>> EnumerationClient.cpp:41: `class Type1' has no member named
>> `att_enum_string'
>> EnumerationClient.cpp:42: `class Type1' has no member named `enum_int'
>> EnumerationClient.cpp:43: `class Type1' has no member named
>> `enum_string'
>> EnumerationClient.cpp:44: `class Type1' has no member named
>> `att_enum_kind'
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>> With the offending file containing:
>>     int Type1>att_enum_int;
>>     xsd__string Type1>att_enum_string;
>>     xsd__string Type1>att_enum_kind;
>>     int Type1>enum_int;
>>     xsd__string Type1>enum_string;
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>> Is this a case of unfortunate timing on our part, and taking a partial
> fix
>> out of CVS?
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>> Thanks,,
>> Adrian
>> _______________________________________
>> Adrian Dick (adrian.dick@uk.ibm.com)
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