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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 9717] - wsdl2java doesn't seem to understand some of the basic schema types
Date Wed, 26 Jun 2002 23:25:20 GMT
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wsdl2java doesn't seem to understand some of the basic schema types





------- Additional Comments From ummmmm22@yahoo.com  2002-06-26 23:25 -------
making the user specify fixed WSDL (option 1) was exactly what i wanted to do. 
i started from that point with some reasonable restrictions enforced by my
custom schema types.  then i was hoping to modify the deploy.wsdd file to
specify my custom types' mappings explicitly.  i was, it appears, a bit naive
about what is currently possible :-)  

however, at this (admittedly quite limited) stage of my experience, i still
think that is what i would prefer.  i.e. a fancy, restrictive WSDL schema that
the Web Services engine checks for me, but mapped to simple java types.  (and i
figured the constraint checking could just be handled directly by the XML
parser/schema validator.)

for example, i have a parameter that is a String representation of a 9-digit
account number (type is a subtype of xsd:string).  if the WSDL/schema/engine can
restrict it to 9 numeric digits (obviously, advertising to callers that's what
it has to be), my java code can just treat it as a String without any sort of
sophisticated subclassing or range checking.

re-reading the last comment, i see there are some fairly complicated issues
here, so forgive me if i'm way over-trivializing the problem.  i'm new to web
services, but the potential of WSDL had me impressed, and the approach i
described seemed the most powerful way to use it.  thanks for the
discussion/consideration.

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