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From "Sathija Pavuluri" <spavul...@EmprisaNetworks.com>
Subject Re: [Axis2] Are abstract types possible with ADB and RPCMessageReceiver?
Date Fri, 26 Jan 2007 20:02:42 GMT
> When you run WSDL2Java -ss -sd to create the server side skeleton and
> ADB binding objects it generates a message receiver and services.xml
> for you. You simply need to type ant to built it all into an AAR.

Paul,
I am using the code first approach and generating wsdl from the java classes.
How does what you described stick into this method?

Thanks.
Sathija

>
> Paul
>
> On 1/26/07, Sathija Pavuluri <spavuluri@emprisanetworks.com> wrote:
>> Deepal,
>>
>> Both the server and client use ADB binding.
>>
>> > If you are using ADB in server side you do not need to use
>> > RPCMessageReceiver.
>>
>> What message receiver do I need to use then?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Sathija.
>>
>>
>>
>> > Hi Sathija ;
>> >
>> >>Hello,
>> >>
>> >>I am using Axis2 1.1.1 for my web services and use ADB for data binding with
RPCMessageReceiver.
>> >>
>> >>
>> > are you using ADB in client side or server side ?
>> > If you are using ADB in server side you do not need to use
>> > RPCMessageReceiver.
>> >
>> >>I have been unsuccessfully trying to return a datatype 'A1' to my client.
'A1' extends from an abstract object 'A'
>> >>that also contains from attributes.
>> >>
>> >>However, when the client receives the response, all attributes from A1 are
in the response but attributes from A
>> are
>> >>missing.
>> >>
>> >>So I am back to thinking if ADB supports this object hierarchy. I have seen
some older posts with such scenarios
>> but
>> >>no useful suggestions.
>> >>
>> >>Thanks!
>> >>Sathija.
>> >>
>> >>
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>> > Deepal
>> > ................................................................
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