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From "Simone Maletta" <>
Subject Re: Java2WSDL
Date Thu, 31 Jan 2008 13:47:28 GMT
Hy Paul,
thank you for your solution.
    trying to compile the code using bpelc from ODE it gives me the fllowing 

The prefix "wsaw" for attribute "wsaw:Action" associated with an element 
type "wsdl:output" is not bound.

I resolve this problem manually putting "wsaw" URI in the definition tag 
with other ones.
Because my thesis have to generate, compile and deploy automatically 
web-services using both BPEL and Session Bean,  I can't modify manually each 
WSDL in the deploy process.
I ask if there is a way to fix this bug using scrpt's input parameters, 
perhaps simply introducing another URI in the head, or I have to modify the 
class code.
This is all, I hope I was more clear then before.
Thank you and regards,

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Paul Fremantle" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2008 2:22 PM
Subject: Re: Java2WSDL

> Simone
> I'm afraid I don't understand the first problem. Maybe you could
> explain once more
> As for getting nice names in the WSDL you can
> 1) Make sure you compile with javac -g which adds the names into the class 
> file
> 2) Make sure you use classes not interfaces as interfaces don't retain
> the parameter names.
> Paul
> On Jan 31, 2008 12:30 PM, Simone Maletta <> wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>>     I'm an Italian student involved in my master thesis and I'm using
>> Java2WSDL tool in my thesis.
>> I automatically generate an enterprise java bean from a graphic 
>> description,
>> then using the tool I create the wsdl file for the bean and develope it 
>> on
>> JBoss.
>> Now I want that a BPEL process developed in ODE can access with a
>> synchronous invoke to my beans; this the most important think in my 
>> project.
>> While compiling my BPEL process it find a bug into the code:
>> <wsdl:operation name="cccheck" >
>>     <wsdl:input xmlns:wsaw=
>> wsaw:Action="urn:cccheck" message="axis2:cccheckMessage">
>>     </wsdl:input>
>>     <wsdl:output message="axis2:cccheckResponseMessage"
>> wsaw:Action="urn:cccheck">
>>     </wsdl:output>
>> </wsdl:operation>
>> in fact it ca be able to parse this because in the <wsdl:output> tag it 
>> can
>> found a reference to wsaw uri.
>> The only way to solve this problem I found is to put manually the URI 
>> just
>> like an attribute in the <definition> tag.
>> Now, I ask: may fix this using input parameters or I have to work into 
>> your
>> code? Please send me a response.
>> Another question: may I choose the mapping parameter into the 
>> translation?
>> There is, if my cean method take a parameter named "CCNum", why into the
>> translate it is called "param0"? May I cahnge this and getting a direct
>> mapping using class input parameters?
>> Thank you for time you spend reanding this mail, regards
>> Simone
> -- 
> Paul Fremantle
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> OASIS WS-RX TC Co-chair
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