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From "Minh-Hai Nguyen" <mngu...@iis-consulting.com>
Subject RE: Problem with complex classes in POJO
Date Tue, 03 Feb 2009 14:53:52 GMT
Hi, Neil

Trying to change  class "PollForNotificationsResponse" to something else.
The reason may be when you generate client stub code, it may create same
class name again.

Also, I notice that you have "private boolean more".  Try to use "private
Boolean more".  By the way, what version of axis2 do you use?

I don't have any problem with the latest version.

 

Let's me know if you still have problems

 

 

 

 

From: Neil Youngman [mailto:Neil.Youngman@wirefast.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, February 03, 2009 4:08 AM
To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
Subject: Problem with complex classes in POJO

 

I'm trying to deploy a small service as a POJO.

A method called getNotifications() should return an array of Strings and a
boolean. Everything works just fine if I only return an array of Strings. To
add a boolean I have created a bean that has the String array and the
boolean as properties. This does not return any useful data.

The Version that works looks like

     public String [] PollForNotifications( String account,
                                                     String user,
                                                     String password,
                                                     int maxResults )
        throws Exception, SQLException
    {
        ...
        String [] results = new String[notifications.size()];
        notifications.toArray( results );
        return results;
    }

To add the boolean I create the following bean class

    public class PollForNotificationsResponse
    {
        private String[] notifications;
        private boolean more;

        public PollForNotificationsResponse()
        {
            notifications = new String [0];
            more = false;
        }

        public String[] getNotifications()
        {
            return notifications;
        }

        public boolean isMore()
        {
            return more;
        }

        public void setNotifications( String[] p_Notifications )
        {
            notifications = p_Notifications;
        }

        public void setMore( boolean p_More )
        {
            more = p_More;
        }
    }

and change the method to

    public PollForNotificationsResponse PollForNotifications( String
account,
                                                     String user,
                                                     String password,
                                                     int maxResults )
        throws Exception, SQLException
    {
        ...
        String [] results = new String[notifications.size()];
        notifications.toArray( results );
        PollForNotificationsResponse response =
            new PollForNotificationsResponse();
        response.setNotifications( results );
        response.setMore( more > 0 );
        return response;
    }

and I no longer get any data back

the result looks like

<ns:getResponse>
<ns:return type="uk.co.newslink.wsam.service.WMSSubmissionService$Address"/>
</ns:getResponse>

Should this work? As far as I can see from the article
http://www.developer.com/java/other/article.php/10936_3726461_2, I think it
should work?

Can anyone tell me why it might not work and how I can fix or trace the
problem.

Neil 

 

Neil Youngman  
Developer
Wirefast Limited 



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