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From Andreas Veithen <>
Subject Re: Problem with sending and returning an object at Axis2 Service. Please help!
Date Thu, 08 Apr 2010 18:09:06 GMT
First of all, please avoid hijacking other people's threads. Your
question is unrelated to the question asked by the person who started
this thread, so you should have started a new thread. Also, you will
probably increase your chances of getting responses to your questions
if you use your real name in your posts.

Now for the answer to your question: make sure that Axis2 has write
access to the temp directory, and the performance problem will
disappear [1].


On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 15:03, v2cg4ss <> wrote:
> My .aar file is in the axis2/WEB-INF/services folder.  I placed a jar that
> contains my in/out objects in the axis2/WEB-INF/lib folder.  Finally, my
> service methods were REALLY running SLOW until I found a couple of post on
> objects and introspection.  What I found that helped performance was to
> create beaninfo classes for my objects in/out.  I would still like it to go
> faster and I have a post asking if anything else can be done, still waiting
> for some answers.
> a f-2 wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I can send and receive an custom object by using Axis2 POJO service that I
>> have deployed. I have deployed the service under Apache Tomcat 6.0.20 with
>> Axis2 1.5. I have generated my Axis2 service by using Eclipse plugins for
>> generating .wsdl and .aar archice file. After generating .aar file, I have
>> located it under the tomcat's webapps folder (../webapps/axis2/). It works
>> fine there if I send and receive an custom object that does not inherited
>> from an super class or does not implement an interface. For example:
>> public class CustomObject extends AbstractCustomObj or
>> public class CustomObject implements InterfaceCustomObj
>> and If I send and receive either CustomObject instance to/from my service
>> then my service is not working. Throwing an exception. I think it is
>> because
>> of serialization but I am including all the classes and interfaces in .aar
>> archive file.
>> PS: Both my abstract class and interface has a simple method (print its
>> name) to be implemented by each class that extends or implements it.
>> I really do appreciate any comments or directions for me to solve this
>> issue.
>> Thank you inadvance.
>> --fatih
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