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From "Jeremy Nix" <Jeremy....@sfsltd.com>
Subject WSDL2Java generating holder classes for non in/out parameter types
Date Fri, 12 Nov 2004 13:52:04 GMT
I attempted posting this in the user mailing lists, but there was no
response.  I was hoping to find some help here.  When I generate my Java
server code using the WSDL2Java utility holder classes are being
generated when I do not want them to.  The parameters are not in/out
parameters.  The methods I'm wanting to define within my service are
simple methods that take input params and returns an out param.  Is
there a known bug in Axis that is causing the holder classes to be
generated, or do I have something defined incorrectly.  Any help would
be much appreciated.

I'm generating my Java objects by running the WSDLtoJava utility (using
the latest/greatest code) against the following WSDL.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> 
<definitions name="Geocode" xmlns="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/wsdl/"
targetNamespace="http://geocode.webservices.sfsltd.com"
xmlns:tns="http://geocode.webservices.sfsltd.com"
xmlns:gans="http://geocodeaddress.geocode.webservices.sfsltd.com"
xmlns:soap="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/wsdl/soap/"
xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema">

<types> 
<!-- schema imports --> 
<xsd:import
namespace="http://geocodeaddress.geocode.webservices.sfsltd.com"
schemaLocation="GeocodeAddress.xsd"/> 
</types> 

<!-- messages --> 
<message name="GeocodeAddressSoapIn"> 
<part name="GeocodeAddressRequest" element="gans:GeocodeAddress" /> 
</message> 
<message name="GeocodeAddressSoapOut"> 
<part name="GeocodeAddressResponse"
element="gans:GeocodeAddressResponse" /> 
</message> 

<!-- port types --> 
<portType name="GeocodeSoapPort"> 
<operation name="GeocodeAddress"> 
<documentation>Method for geocoding/standardizing
address</documentation> 
<input message="tns:GeocodeAddressSoapIn" /> 
<output message="tns:GeocodeAddressSoapOut" /> 
</operation> 
</portType> 

<!-- bindings --> 
<binding name="GeocodeSoapBinding" type="tns:GeocodeSoapPort"> 
<soap:binding style="document"
transport="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/http"/> 
<operation name="GeocodeAddress"> 
<soap:operation soapAction="GeocodeAddress_V1"/> 
<input> 
<soap:body use="literal" /> 
</input> 
<output> 
<soap:body use="literal" /> 
</output> 
</operation> 
</binding> 

<!-- service definition --> 
<service name="Geocode"> 
<documentation>Internal application for providing geocode
information</documentation> 
<port name="Geocode" binding="tns:GeocodeSoapBinding"> 
<soap:address location="https://localhost/webservices/services/Geocode"
/> 
</port> 
</service> 
</definitions> 

For some reason, the skeleton is being generated like this: 

public void
geocodeAddress(com.sfsltd.webservices.geocode.common.TypeRawAddress
address, com.sfsltd.webservices.geocode.common.TypeMatchOptions
matchOption, com.sfsltd.webservices.geocode.common.TypeDataSource
dataSource, com.sfsltd.webservices.geocode.common.TypeAuth
authentication,
com.sfsltd.webservices.geocode.common.holders.TypeAddressCollectionHolde
r geocodeAddressResults, javax.xml.rpc.holders.StringHolder
errorDescription) throws java.rmi.RemoteException
{ 
impl.geocodeAddress(address, matchOption, dataSource, authentication,
geocodeAddressResults, errorDescription); 
} 

Where the objects geocodeAddressResults and errorDescription are suppose
to be apart of the complexType GeocodeAddressResponse not in/out
parameters. I can send the full schema/wsdl if necessary. Just wondering
if I'm defining something within my WSDL that is causing AXIS to think
that these params are in/out.

Thanks for any help. 

_________________________________ 
Jeremy Nix 
Senior Application Developer 
Southwest Financial Services, LTD. 
(513) 621-6699 x1158 
www.sfsltd.com 

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