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From "Anne Thomas Manes" <>
Subject Re: Error: Unexpected subelement responseCode
Date Fri, 19 Oct 2007 18:52:35 GMT
You might try the latest nightly build and see if that corrects the
schema import errors. If not, you can take the generated WSDL, modify
it, and redeploy the service with useOriginalWSDL set to "true".


On 10/19/07, M K <> wrote:
> Hi Anne,
> Thanks for looking into this. I am not sure if I know how to fix it... I
> copied/saved the WSDL file by going to the my service URL
> ("http://localhost:8080/.../MyService?wsdl"). At that time
> I had no wsdl defined in my .aar file. So I what I got was an axis2
> generated wsdl. I turned around and bundled the same wsdl file in my next
> version of the .aar file.
> So, if I want to include my own wsdl file in the .aar file, what is the
> process for that? Should not I be able to take the axis2 generated/default
> wsdl  file and bundle that in my service? I may be missing something here.
> I tried the same experiment with the AddressBook example and had the exact
> same error. I think the main issue here is creating/using a user-generated
> wsdl in the service.
> Thanks,
> -- MK
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Anne Thomas Manes <>
> To:
> Sent: Friday, October 19, 2007 6:45:47 AM
> Subject: Re: Error: Unexpected subelement responseCode
> I found some errors in your WSDL. You have three schemas, each with a
> separate namespace, and they reference each other, but you neglected
> to import the namespaces.
> Your second schema references types from the third schema, but it
> doesn't import the namespace. Likewise, the third schema references
> types from the first schema, but it doesn't import the namespace.
> Anne
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