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From "Martin Gainty" <>
Subject Re: Newbie pojo Complex type question
Date Fri, 11 May 2007 13:54:18 GMT
Hi Bob
this sample from displays a name called
William Tecumseh Sherman which must be found in bean class Entry

import sample.addressbook.entry.Entry;

//can we assume your published service has a method called getHistory ???
// QName opGetHistory =new QName("", "getHistory");
   QName opFindEntry = new QName("http://service.addressbook.sample/xsd", "findEntry");

//we need to find a name
   String name = "William Tecumseh Sherman";

//your getHistoryArgs has no name ..we dont know if we should find sherman, grant or someone
//Object[] opGetHistoryArgs = new Object[] { };   
   Object[] opFindEntryArgs = new Object[] { name };

//return an array of entry beans
   Class[] returnTypes = new Class[] { Entry.class };

//use serviceClient to find name of Abby Cadabby from beans and return array of entry    
        Object[] response = serviceClient.invokeBlocking(opFindEntry,
                opFindEntryArgs, returnTypes);
//get the first one        
        Entry result = (Entry) response[0];
        if (result == null) {
            System.out.println("No entry found for " + name);
//use the accessors of the returned bean to access the values of the attributes        
        System.out.println("Name   :" + result.getName());
        System.out.println("Street :" + result.getStreet());
        System.out.println("City   :" + result.getCity());
        System.out.println("State  :" + result.getState());
        System.out.println("Postal Code :" + result.getPostalCode());

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  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Bob Rhodes 
  Sent: Friday, May 11, 2007 9:23 AM
  Subject: Newbie pojo Complex type question

  I'm new here so forgive my ignorance for a moment. I have followed the Axis2 pojo examples
and have created and deployed my own service and client (RPCClient). For simple things like
getting and setting properties on a pretty dumb little pojo, things seem ok, but I'm having
issues now that I'm trying to implement axis2 into one of my webapps. 
  In summary, my service creates an instance of a class called History that goes to the db
and gets some data,the puts that data in instances of a class called HistoryItem which get
put into a List. The service class method List getHistory()  calls history.getHistory() to
do the work and returns the List of HistoryItem objects. This all works fine up to the point
the list is about to be returned. I'm getting an error when I run the client that says "org.apache.axis2.AxisFault:
Mapping qname not fond for the package:"

  Q 1. How do I define a custom type mapping, and do I need to do this? The AlertHistory object
is just a plain old data object with strings and gettters/setters. 

  Q 2. Do I have a problem because I'm defining my return types properly?
  See example:
  QName opGetHistory =

  new QName("", "getHistory");

  Object[] opGetHistoryArgs = new Object[] { };

  Class[] returnTypes = new Class[] { List.class }; // should this be List.class,HistoryItem.class

  Object[] response = serviceClient.invokeBlocking(opGetHistory,opGetHistoryArgs, returnTypes);
// exception happens here.

  Object result = response[0];

  Other calls to the service, before this one, work without a hitch.

  Any ideas?



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