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From "I-Sampige, Srinivas" <srinivas.samp...@BOEING.COM>
Subject RE: Method overloading
Date Thu, 06 Nov 2003 23:44:44 GMT
Then what would be your suggestion for getting around that?  For example if I would like to
render a pdf file from either a .fo file that Is passed in or from a URL to a .fo file passed
in; I was thinking of having these methods -

			//~~for these, debug Is false by default
			public void renderPdf(String urlToFo); //accepts URL to a .fo file
			public void renderPdf(DataHander dh); //accepts the datahandler containing the .fo file


			//~~for these debug can be turned on(or off) by passing value explicitly
			public void renderPdf(String urlToFo, boolean debugFlag);
			public void renderPdf(DataHandler dh, boolean debugFlag);

Ideally in an object oriented sense if I were writing an API the above would work. That my
intention when writing a web service also. Please quide me.

Thanks
Srinivas



-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Oinn [mailto:tmo@ebi.ac.uk] 
Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2003 3:29 PM
To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
Subject: Re: Method overloading


No, this is not allowed as of WSDL1.2 and rightly so, it causes immense 
confusion with dynamic systems such as workflow engines (our project). 
Under WSDL1.1 I believe it was allowed but fortunately someone saw sense 
and removed it.

Cheers,

Tom Oinn

http://taverna.sf.net

I-Sampige, Srinivas wrote:

>Does SOAP support overloading? If I want to expose two methods-
>
>        1.        sayHello(String firstName)
>        2.        sayHello(String firstName, String lastName)	
>
>
>Then how do I do it in AXIS. Can somebody point me to some samples and 
>materials where I can learn more about this aspect of web services? I 
>haven't been able to find much information about this on the web.
>
>Thanks
>Srinivas
>
>  
>



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