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From "Kenneth F. Krutsch" <...@krutsch.com>
Subject RE: Axis-C++ and WSDL with multiple port types
Date Fri, 04 Feb 2005 00:32:38 GMT
Thanks, Theron... I need to look into this.  I *do* write my WSDL by hand
(using Emacs with the xXML major mode), but then use XMLSpy Enterprise 2005
to validate the document (which does validate OK).

I'll post my findings when I figure out what's wrong.

Ken
 

-----Original Message-----
From: Theron Virgin [mailto:tvirgin@fdecorp.com] 
Sent: Thursday, February 03, 2005 6:09 PM
To: 'Apache AXIS C User List'; ken@krutsch.com
Subject: RE: Axis-C++ and WSDL with multiple port types

Ken:

	I've had it work with the stuff that I've done.  There is the chance
that something is wrong with the WSDL.  If you've been hand writing the xml
there is a free WSDL editor out there that makes it very easy to generate
and validate your WSDL.  It's distributed by Cape Clear and they call it an
SOA Editor.  Here is a link.  http://www.capeclear.com/download/ They ask
for a bunch of info but it has been helpful.

Theron

-----Original Message-----
From: Kenneth F. Krutsch [mailto:ken@krutsch.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 03, 2005 1:55 PM
To: 'Apache AXIS C User List'
Subject: Axis-C++ and WSDL with multiple port types

Hello:
 
Is anyone using Axis-C++ to generate code from a WSDL that contains multiple
wsdl:portType tags (i.e., multiple port types and bindings in a single
WSDL)?
 
Without burdening everyone with a lengthy example, my such WSDL seems to
only generate code for one of the portType / binding pairs and then I am
missing the operations, et al., from the others.
 
If this is known to work correctly, then I will go back and figure out what
I am doing wrong.
 
TIA,
 
Ken Krutsch





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