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From Jeffrey J Gaynor/jqhome<...@jqhome.net>
Subject Re: Getting WSDL to write serializers for everything
Date Tue, 07 Jan 2003 17:40:26 GMT
What version? I am using AXIS 1.0 (which is what we have to use for the 
duration of this project here.) I get no mention in the help of this 
option.

Cheers,

Jeff


On 01/07/2003 11:27:52 am Davanum Srinivas  wrote:
>FYI, In case you missed it Java2WSDL has --extraClasses option.
>
>-- dims
>
>--- Jeffrey J Gaynor/jqhome <jjg@jqhome.net> wrote:
>> Thanks for the advice, but I need to get this done earlier, when 
invoking 
>> Java2WSDL. The strategy now is to use this followed by WSDL2Java to 
>> generate the deployment classes, then do one tweak to get the right 
service 
>> running. This is not too much for the deployment team. I don't want to 
have 
>> to give them a set of instructions for tweaking the .wsdl file in the 
>> middle of this if possible.
>> 
>> Any other thoughts anyone?
>> 
>> Thanks!
>> 
>> -- J
>> 
>> On 01/07/2003 10:53:26 am Davanum Srinivas  wrote:
>> >Did you try using "--all" option in WSDL2Java?
>> >
>> >Thx,
>> >dims
>> >
>> >--- Jeffrey J Gaynor/jqhome <jjg@jqhome.net> wrote:
>> >> Hi All,
>> >> 
>> >> I have a project that returns an array of beans. I am using WSDL to 
>> >> generate all of the required classes. The problem is that one of the 
>> beans 
>> >> I require is not explicitly in any method as an argument or returned 
>> value, 
>> >> but may be returned in an array. Therefore, no serializer is 
generated. 
>> >> Before I tweak something manually, is there an easy way to get WSDL 
to 
>> >> generate the serializer automatically?
>> >> 
>> >> This is important, because at some point when the project is 
functional, 
>> I 
>> >> will be turning it over to a deployment team which will have no 
>> knowledge 
>> >> of AXIS or WSDL. I would very much like to give them a cookbook for 
>> >> re-deploying the service and this must be as automated as possible.
>> >> 
>> >> Thanks!
>> >> 
>> >> -- J
>> >
>> >
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