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From "Sagar Pidaparthi" <Sagar.Pidapar...@chordiant.com>
Subject RE: Re: Is JAX-RPC really not capable of processing complex data types? Whatabout the AXIS implementation?
Date Tue, 14 Dec 2004 17:16:33 GMT
Roland,
 
Axis handles complex types as mentioned by Andy below.
 
regards
 
Sagar

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From: Roland Beuker [mailto:roland.beuker@xs4all.nl]
Sent: Sun 11/14/2004 8:17 AM
To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
Subject: Re: Re: Is JAX-RPC really not capable of processing complex data types? Whatabout
the AXIS implementation?



Thanks,

Is it not true that JAX-RPC cannot handle complex types (like the story
below) or has Axis an extension for this functionality (as Axis is a
JAX-RPC implementation)?

Regards,

Roland Beuker


ANDREW MICONE wrote:

>Axis is fully capable of serializing and deserializing complex types. -- Andy
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>>>>roland.beuker@xs4all.nl 12/14/04 02:26AM >>>
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>Is JAX-RPC really not capable of processing complex data types? I am
>using Soap to fill the gap between C++ and Java... If JAX-RPC only
>supports simple type objects the whole idea is not working :-(
>
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>Hi!
>JAX-RPC only receives the simple type object as parameters just because
>they implement the Serialization interface which make sure these objects
>can
>be transformed over network!it works like this:
>1)serialize your object before they are transformed
>2)object is transformed over network in binary stream
>3)at destination,the binary stream is deserialized,and form the correct
>object!
>4)the object is used at the destination
>Of course,it is not you who do the serialization work and
>deserialization work!
>but you need to ensure your object can be serialized and
>deserialized,and what
>you actually need to do is to implement the serialization interface!If
>you have done
>some RMI programs,you would be very clear about this point!
>So JAX-RPC only allows simple type objects used as params in the method!may
>be in the future,this package can be more stronger and thus programmers can
>obtain more choices!
>Hope that my advice can help and have a nice day
>
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