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From Daniel Kulp <>
Subject Re: Still bad generated WSDL: "The prefix ns2 is not bound."
Date Wed, 17 Oct 2007 20:03:00 GMT
On Wednesday 17 October 2007, Dan Connelly wrote:
>  I generate Java code from efile.wsdl  using wsdl2java.    (See
> attached wsdl.)    I use this code as-is.
>  I create a service Endpoint from the service class
> ("org.streamlinedsalestax.efile.EFileService").    I start the server.

That's probably the issue.   EFileService is the client side proxy 
creation service bean.   It's not the service class.

When you run wsdl2java, if you add the -impl flag, it will generate a 
sample implementation.   It would be called EFileServiceSoapImpl.   If 
you use that for the service, it should generate a better WSDL.  


>  Then I fetch the generated wsdl from the server and save it as
> EFileService.wsdl.     (See attached.)
>  Testing will Eclipse tooling, EFileService.wsdl is invalid.
>  Despite this, I attempt to run a dynamic client proxy.   Error:  
> "The prefix ns2 is not bound."  which is basically the same error that
> Eclipse reported.
>  [I think that this error has existed since Release 2.0.    I posted
> to cxf-dev on a similar problem in a 2.0 SNAPSHOT back on
> 06/23/2007.    I did not follow up on it, until now.    Of course, I
> would really like it to work now.   (Please!)]
>         -- Dan Connelly

J. Daniel Kulp
Principal Engineer
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