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From "Bouche Paul" <Paul.Bou...@student.hpi.uni-potsdam.de>
Subject RE: Using axis ant task with typed enums
Date Mon, 28 Feb 2005 17:40:52 GMT
Or you can read in the jax-rpc spec 1.1 on how to write the java 1.4 enums in such a way that
the axis engine will generate an enum that anne gave an example for...

mainly the following:
//Java
public class <enumeration_name> {
// ...
// Constructor
protected <enumeration_name>(<base_type> value) { ... }
// One for each label in the enumeration
public static final <base_type> _<label> = <value>;
public static final <enumeration_name> <label> =
new <enumeration_name>(_<label>);
// Gets the value for a enumerated value
public <base_type> getValue() {...}
// Gets enumeration with a specific value
// Required to throw java.lang.IllegalArgumentException if
// any invalid value is specified
public static <enumeration_name> fromValue(<base_type> value) {
... }
// Gets enumeration from a String
// Required to throw java.lang.IllegalArgumentException if
// any invalid value is specified
public static <enumeration_name> fromString(String value){ ... }
// Returns String representation of the enumerated value
public String toString() { ... }
public boolean equals(Object obj) { ... }
public int hashCode() { ... }
}

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Anne Thomas Manes [mailto:atmanes@gmail.com]
> Sent: Montag, 28. Februar 2005 16:41
> To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
> Subject: Re: Using axis ant task with typed enums
> 
> 
> Ulrich,
> 
> First of all, WSDL does not contain any "class" descriptions. WSDL
> contains element and type descriptions -- specified using XML Schema.
> If you read through the archives, you will see frequent
> recommendations to take a "WSDL first" or "Schema first" approach to
> web services rather than a "Java first" approach.
> 
> Here is an example of a definition of simple type that is an
> enumeration of string values:
> 
>      <xs:simpleType name="MyEnum">
>       <xs:restriction base="xs:string">
>        <xs:enumeration value="value1"/>
>        <xs:enumeration value="value2"/>
>       </xs:restriction>
>      </xs:simpleType>
> 
> Anne
> 
> 
> On Sun, 27 Feb 2005 23:20:30 +0100, Ulrich Ackermann
> <ulrich.ackermann@web.de> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > 
> > in the meantime I came to the conclusion, that my question 
> has no solution that could satisfy me. I fear that there is 
> no way to create a WSDL file containing a class description, 
> where the class contains just public static members (or does 
> the WSDL spec offer a way to express such things?).
> > 
> > Could anyone confirm my assumption? Is there an alternative 
> way to restrict the value of a method parameter to a set of 
> predefined String values?
> > 
> > Regards,
> > Ulrich
> > 
> > axis-user@ws.apache.org schrieb am 27.02.05 00:08:00:
> > 
> > Hi,
> > 
> > I have a problem using something like typed enums in the 
> signature of my webservice methods (don't know if 'typed 
> enums' is the right term).
> > 
> > E.g.:
> > public class MyEnum {
> >     private String attribute = null;
> > 
> >     public static MyEnum VALUE_1 = new MyEnum("value1");
> >     // other static values go here
> > 
> >     private MyEnum(String attribute) {
> >         this.attribute = attribute;
> >     }
> > 
> >     // other methods like toString() go here
> > }
> > 
> > Now, if I have a method like this in my interface...
> > public void myMethod(String someParam, MyEnum otherParam);
> > 
> > ... and run the axis-java2wsdl ant task, the MyEnum class 
> looks quit different than before: axis-java2wsdl added some 
> attributes and implemented the equals and hashcode methods 
> (which is quite ok I guesss...) and removed everything I 
> typed in before in the MyEnum class (which is not ok - at 
> least for me).
> > But maybe this has a reason, and as I'm quite new to 
> webservices this is a feature and not a flaw.
> > Is there a way to keep the intention of the MyEnum class 
> and let the axis ant task generate what I intended?
> > 
> > I use the ant task in this way:
> > <axis-java2wsdl
> >         
> output="${project.webservice.wsdl.dir}/${project.webservice.ws
> dl.filename}"
> >         
> location="http://${project.webservice.host}:${project.webservi
> ce.port}/axis/services/${project.webservice.service.namespace}"
> >         namespace="${project.webservice.service.name}"
> >         
> classname="${project.webservice.endpoint.package.structure}">
> >         <classpath>
> >                 <path refid="axis.lib.path" ></path>
> >         </classpath>
> >         <mapping namespace="service" package="service"/>
> > </axis-java2wsdl>
> > 
> > Regards,
> > Ulrich
> > 
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