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From "Robin Taylor (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (AXIS-2119) ?wsdl returns http 500 error
Date Wed, 27 Jul 2005 10:05:22 GMT
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Robin Taylor commented on AXIS-2119:

I tried to view the wsdl from a browser and the only entry that appeared in the logs (stdout)
was ...

Request Message type information has multiple parts than one single wrapped complexType. Use
WRAPPED/LITERAL if interoping with some other soap stack becomes a problem

In case it is of any relevance, I had to use the -w flag with wsdl2java - see earlier calls
2058, 2022, 1993 (not all mine!).

If you feel this problem doesn't merit any investigation at the moment then please feel free
to 'demote' it. As I mentioned earlier my concern is that it is a symptom of deeper problems.
In fact I do have another outstanding call regarding the same piece of wsdl - ref 2144.

Thanks again, Robin. 

> ?wsdl returns http 500 error
> ----------------------------
>          Key: AXIS-2119
>          URL:
>      Project: Apache Axis
>         Type: Bug
>   Components: WSDL processing
>     Versions: current (nightly)
>  Environment: Axis 1.2,  JDK 1.5, Tomcat 5.5.9, Windows XP
>     Reporter: Robin Taylor
>  Attachments: server-config.out
> I have Axis bundled up as part of a web app. When I enter the URL http://localhost:8080/RLIproject/services
I see my new web service listed along with prepackaged services Version and AdminService.
I can select the wsdl option for both those services but when I try to view the wsdl for my
new service I get an http 500 error. I can enter the URL for my new service (http://localhost:8080/RLIproject/services/ResourceListManagementServiceSyncSoap)
and get back a screen 'Hi there this is an Axis Sevice'. I am assuming Axis tries to generate
the wsdl as I have made no conscious effort to tell it where the wsdl resides that I used
to create the java classes. I have attached below the output from the '...AdminClient list'
command. As you can see the new Service is fairly complex.  Any guidance would be greatly
> Thanks, Robin Taylor.
> Edinburgh University.

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