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From "Tom Jordahl" <>
Subject RE: Schema in WSDL
Date Tue, 15 Nov 2005 19:40:21 GMT


Check the FAQ/Wiki:


Also check the documentation here:


Tom Jordahl
Macromedia Server Development


From: Manivannan Gopalan [] 
Sent: Monday, November 14, 2005 12:00 AM
Cc: Anne Thomas Manes
Subject: RE: Schema in WSDL


Hi All,

Does any one have the schema for the deployment descriptor (wsdd) of
AXIS.  Looks like I'm not aware of many of the options available
descriptor and I'm not able to find them even through googeling.





From: Manivannan Gopalan [] 
Sent: Monday, November 14, 2005 9:40 AM
Cc: Anne Thomas Manes
Subject: Schema in WSDL


Hi All,

But how do I configure axis so that I uses my wsdl rather than
generating one. 

I have al ready created a wsdl with schema embedded in it but I don't
how will I make sure that axis uses this schema rather than generating

I am using axis-1_1 version.


Thanks in advaance,



From: Anne Thomas Manes [] 
Sent: Friday, November 11, 2005 5:56 PM
To: Manivannan Gopalan
Subject: Re: FW: Schema in WSDL


You must define the schema and add it to the WSDL.
When you deploy the service, you must tell Axis to use your WSDL file
rather than generate a new one. 


ps- int the future, please send your questions to the Axis discussion
list rather than to me personally.

On 11/10/05, Manivannan Gopalan <
<> > wrote:


Hi Anne,


Thanks for the reply.

Yes I mean Message by Document.

I have deployed the service with interface just as 


Public Element[] myMethod(Element[] elems)


And that the reason I suppose the wsdl has a schema definition as any

My problem is I don't know how I can make sure that schema gets imbedded
into wsdl while deploying the service.

I have used castor for creating objects from schema and vice versa.





From: Anne Thomas Manes [] 
Sent: Thursday, November 10, 2005 10:03 PM
Subject: Re: Schema in WSDL


By "document" do you actually mean "message" style?
Where did the WSDL come from?

If you define your interface such that it simply sends a document and
receives a document, your WSDL will contain <xsd:anyType>.

On the other hand, if you define the structure of the documents (either
by defining beans or defining the schema of the input and output


On 11/10/05, Manivannan Gopalan <> wrote:

Hi All,


I am facing a problem while trying to generate the proxy classes from

I am trying to use a dot net tool to generate the files, but the stubs
are not generated properly as the schema is not detailed in wsdl(there
is only xsd:any type).
My service is a document style service.


How do I deploy my service such that the wsdl generated by axis contains
detailed schema.

So that any client can use the wsdl to call the service.




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