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Subject Re: How to create RPC Style Web Service
Date Mon, 15 May 2006 14:22:17 GMT
Your suggestion did help, but now I have a different problem.  I have two 
methods I am trying to expose:

Item getItem( int id );
void addItem( Item item );

Here is my services xml:

        <operation name="addItem">
        <operation name="getItem">

I have put some debug output in the first line of each of these methods. 
When I call getItem from the client I see the debug statement.  When I 
call addItem I don't get the debug statement.  The client doesn't seem to 
complain at all.  I am at a loss to figure out what is going on.  Where 
should I start looking.  It seems like my method is never getting called, 
but I am not getting an error either.  Any ideas?

Michael MacFadden

Roman Weidlich <> 
05/12/2006 10:32 AM
Please respond to


Re: How to create RPC Style Web Service

<operation name="say">
class="org.apache.axis2.rpc.receivers.RPCMessageReceiver" />
   </operation> wrote:
> I have been really struggling trying to make an RPC style web service 
> with Axis 2.  I finally have my WSDL the way I want it I think.  I have 
> attached it.  The problem is when I generate code with WSDL2Java and 
> package the service and deploy it.  The WSDL Axis2 shows when I go to 
> MyService?wsdl shows a document style WSDL.  Is there a way to supply 
> the WSDL I wrote to axis2 because the generated one doesn't look right 
> to me.
> If anyone can help I would be grateful.  Can anyone show me an example 
> of an RPC style web service in Axis2?  Please help.  Thanks.
> Michael MacFadden
> Tomax Corp -

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