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From "R J Scheuerle Jr" <sc...@us.ibm.com>
Subject Re: Parameter names in WSDL
Date Mon, 18 Feb 2002 16:11:19 GMT
Thomas,

Does this seem reasonable to you.

Java2WSDL emitter
Usage: java org.apache.axis.wsdl.Java2WSDL [options] class-of-portType
Options:
        -h, --help
                print this message and exit
        -o, --output <argument>
                output Wsdl filename
        -l, --location <argument>
                service location url
|        -s, --servicePortName <argument>
|                servicePortName (obtained from --location if not
specified)
|        -S, --serviceElementName <argument>
|                serviceElementName (defaults to --servicePortName value +
"Service")
        -n, --namespace <argument>
                target namespace
        -p, --PkgtoNS <argument>=<value>
                package=namespace, name value pairs
        -P, --portTypeName <argument>
                portTypeName (obtained from class-of-portType if not
specified)
        -m, --methods <argument>
                space or comma separated list of methods to export
        -a, --all
                look for allowed methods in inherited class
        -w, --outputWsdlMode <argument>
                output WSDL mode: All, Interface, Implementation
        -L, --locationImport <argument>
                location of interface wsdl
        -N, --namespaceImpl <argument>
                target namespace for implementation wsdl
        -O, --outputImpl <argument>
                output Implementation Wsdl filename, setting this causes
--o
                utputWsdlMode to be ignored
        -f, --factory <argument>
                name of the Java2WSDLFactory class for extending WSDL
genera
                tion functions
        -i, --implClass <argument>
                optional class that contains implementation of methods in
cl
                ass-of-portType.  The debug information in the class is
used
                 to obtain the method parameter names, which are used to
set
                 the WSDL part names.
        -x, --exclude <argument>
                space or comma separated list of methods not to export
        -c, --stopClasses <argument>
                space or comma separated list of class names which will
stop
                 inheritance search if --all switch is given
Details:
|   portType element name= <--portTypeName value> OR <class-of-portType
name>
|   binding  element name= <--portTypeName value>SoapBinding
|   service  element name= <--serviceElementName value> OR <--portTypeName
value>Service
|   port     element name= <--servicePortName value>
|   address location     = <--location value>


Rich Scheuerle
XML & Web Services Development
512-838-5115  (IBM TL 678-5115)


                                                                                         
                                        
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HI!

I noticed, that in yesterday's build, the parameter names in the generated
WSDL are missing. They are named "in0", "in1", etc.

Can anyone tell me, when they will be back?

Thanks!

Regards,
Thomas





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