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From Marco Büchler <mbuech...@informatik.uni-leipzig.de>
Subject Re: [Serialisation of String[][] and HashMap]
Date Mon, 08 Jan 2007 09:52:46 GMT
when can we expect this feature. one or two month we could wait. 
otherwise we have to find a new idea of solving our problems.

thank you.

caio
marco



Deepal Jayasinghe wrote:
> Hi Marco ;
> 
> support of hashmap , hashtable and two dimensional array are in the TODO
> lits.
> 
> Thank<xs:element maxOccurs="unbounded" name="return" nillable="true" type="xs:string"/>s
> Deepal
> 
>> and how is it with String[][]??
>>
>>
>> Deepal Jayasinghe schrieb:
>>
>>> Hi  Marco ;
>>> Axis2 does not handle HashMap and hashtable yet in POJOs.
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>> Deepal
>>>
>>>
>>>> hi,
>>>>
>>>> we are trying to implement some linguistic webservices. we are still
>>>> using an axis1-based work around and wants to switch to axis2.
>>>>
>>>> we have many webservices. so we have to implement an standard
>>>> interface.
>>>>
>>>> our problem methode has the following singature:
>>>> String[][] execute(HashMap <String,String> toCopy);
>>>>
>>>> our services needs 1 to 8 different properties to run. so it's our
>>>> opinion that an easy key-value-mapping, as it is done by the
>>>> java.util.HashMap-class, is best case for us.
>>>>
>>>> our results should be an String[][] because we send maybe a large
>>>> amount of datas back. so we think that the user get an representation
>>>> of our datas (after deserialisation) in a compact way.
>>>>
>>>> after running the wsdl2java-tool we have two problems:
>>>> a) the client-based execute-methode doesn't have a HashMap and a
>>>> String[][]. there are build some classes capsulating an OMElement, if
>>>> i remember correct. so it is absolutely not intuitive for us how to
>>>> set key-value-properties?
>>>> b) we don't understand the wsdl file
>>>> (http://pcai056.informatik.uni-leipzig.de:8100/axis2/services/DatentypTestService?wsdl):
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> a request will be described as follow:
>>>> <xs:element name="execute">
>>>>  <xs:complexType>
>>>>    <xs:sequence>
>>>>      <xs:element name="toCopy" nillable="true" type="xs:anyType"/>
>>>>    </xs:sequence>
>>>>  </xs:complexType>
>>>> </xs:element>
>>>>
>>>> i understand this section as an normal sequence (array). but how
>>>> should a key-value-mapping serialized with such a desription??
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> a response is described as follow:
>>>> <xs:element name="executeResponse">
>>>>  <xs:complexType>
>>>>    <xs:sequence>
>>>>      <xs:element maxOccurs="unbounded" name="return" nillable="true"
>>>> type="xs:string"/>
>>>>    </xs:sequence>
>>>>  </xs:complexType>
>>>> </xs:element>
>>>> in my opinion it's the same problem: the descritpion is a String[] and
>>>> not a String[][].
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> can anyone help with serialization and deserialization of String[][]-
>>>> and HashMap()-objects using axis2.
>>>>
>>>> is there any experiences with .NET and String[][] or HashMap?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> thank you.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> ciao
>>>> marco
>>>>
>>>
>>
> 


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Marco Büchler
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Department of Natural Language Processing
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