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From Davanum Srinivas <>
Subject Re: [AXIS2]: SOAP Encoding
Date Tue, 23 Aug 2005 13:41:49 GMT

people have tried XMLBeans/extra schemas with SOAP-enc rules...doesn't work :)

-- dims

On 8/23/05, Ajith Ranabahu <> wrote:
> Hi Manoj,
> I see Chinthaka has pointed you to the correct documentation and code.
> Axis 1.x is the best source to see how SOAP encoding should work.
> However Axis2 way is slighlty different and these are the limitations we
> have right now in a more specific manner..
> 1. Axis 1 used a built in databinding but Axis2 has a pluggable model
> for the databinding frameworks. The problem we have right now is that
> since we feed the the schema section of the WSDL to generate the
> bindings to the third party framework, that framework (Say XMLBeans)
> has to be made aware of the SOAP encoding rules. XMLBeans compiler takes
> in extra schemas in compilation so theoretically we should be able to
> feed the SOAP encoding in, in the form of an schema. I'm  not sure how
> far this'll work but we can surely try!
> 2. If (1) is not feasible we'll have to disable SOAP encoding in third
> party frameworks except for our own framework. This 'own framework' is
> still not existing (:))but I guess it'll  be based on the Axis 1 (
> These are the main issues we have regarding SOAPEncoding right now.
> Eran Chinthaka wrote:
> >
> >Hi Manoj,
> >
> >The best reference I'd suggest is Axis 1.x. I think it has a very robust and
> >good implementation of SOAP encoding. Having understood that if you have any
> >questions in implementing that to Axis2, feel free to ask that from the list
> >again.
> >You might find some of the tutorials found in
> >also useful to understand more abt Axis2.
> >
> >Chinthaka
> >

Davanum Srinivas : - Oxygenating The Web Service Platform

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