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From "Daniel Kulp (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Assigned: (CXF-1752) JavaToWs generates wrong types for arrays and generic types in wrapper classes
Date Mon, 18 Aug 2008 17:13:44 GMT


Daniel Kulp reassigned CXF-1752:

    Assignee: Daniel Kulp

> JavaToWs generates wrong types for arrays and generic types in wrapper classes
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: CXF-1752
>                 URL:
>             Project: CXF
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Tooling
>    Affects Versions: 2.1.1, 2.0.8
>         Environment: WinXP, Sun JDK 1.5.0_10
>            Reporter: Benjamin Wende
>            Assignee: Daniel Kulp
> I found a problem where wsdl2java generates wrong types for fields in my request-wrapper
> This seems to happen on Arrays of primitive types and for generic types like List<Long>.
> I have done the following:
> - Used the Java first approach and wrote an annotated interface, e.g.
> public interface MyWebServiceInterface {
>     @WebMethod(action = "storeDocument")
>     public abstract PostStageItem storeDocument(
>         @WebParam(name="receivers") List<Long> receivers, 
>         @WebParam(name="item") PreStageDocument item, 
>         @WebParam(name="binaryContent") byte[] binaryContent, 
>         @WebParam(name="fileName") String fileName)
> }
> - used JavaToWS as follows:
> <java classname="" fork="true">
>     <arg value="-o"/>
>     <arg value="src/ws/META-INF/wsdl/MyWebService.wsdl"/>
>     <arg value="-databinding"/>
>     <arg value="jaxb"/>
>     <arg value="-wsdl"/>
>     <arg value="-wrapperbean"/>
>     <arg value="-verbose"/>
>     <arg value="-s"/>
>     <arg value="src/ws"/>
>     <arg value="com.mycompany.mywebservice.MyWebServiceInterface"/>
>     <classpath>
>         <path refid="cxf.classpath"/>
>     </classpath>
> </java>
> The result is that JavaToWS generates the WSDL as I would expect. 
> But the tool fails to generate the request-wrapper classes. But the output is wrong like
> ...
> @XmlRootElement(name = "storeDocument", namespace = "")
> @XmlAccessorType(XmlAccessType.FIELD)
> @XmlType(name = "storeDocument", namespace = "", propOrder
= {"receivers","item","binaryContent","fileName"})
> public class StoreDocument {
>     @XmlElement(name = "receivers")
>     private java.lang.Long receivers;
>     @XmlElement(name = "item")
>     private abaxx.postbox.staging.PreStageDocument item;
>     @XmlElement(name = "binaryContent")
>     private PreStageDocument binaryContent;
>     @XmlElement(name = "fileName")
>     private java.lang.String fileName;
> ... <the getters and setters>...
> }
> This output is really unexpected. I would expect a List<Long> for "receivers" and
a byte[] for "binaryContent".
> I debugged the problem and found it in
> In this class the types of the parameters are determined with:
> final Type[] paramClasses = method.getGenericParameterTypes();
> Later in buildFields() a loop is started for these parameters and they are analyzed.
> In my example, the type of the field "receivers" is a ParameterizedType instance (List<Long<).
The code takes the first generic type argument, wich is Long, and use it as type for the property
in the request wrapper. This is wrong. It should generate List<Long> instead.
> In the second case the type for the field "binaryContent" is determined as GenericArrayType.
The method fails totally and uses PreStageDocument as type in the request-wrapper. This is
because PreStageDocument was the last value of the "type" variable in the buildFields()-loop
and none of the if- and else-if-conditions were true. I think this should at least throw an
exception if no type for the field can be found.
> Maybe this problem also exists on the response-wrapper generator, but I didnt test this.

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