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From ddyer <>
Subject Re: Argument appears in message but is null in implementation method
Date Thu, 12 Nov 2009 13:58:46 GMT

Thanks for the response Daniel.

I'll look into the namespaces, although I'm a little unsure if that is the
real issue as I have two other web services packaged along the same lines
that both work, the only real difference being the param passed in the

One sends through a POJO with three properties, the other has no params.

All three apps have :
 the service interface in {standardcompanypackage}
  the implementation of the interface in
  a test client in seperate test source
{standardcompanypackage}.webservicename.cient that is excluded from the
generated .war file.

The test clients are all run as basic java applications inside eclipse after
deploying the war to a tomcat  container.

All three were built following the basic tutorial here :

dkulp wrote:
> It's quite possible (probable actually) that there is a mismatch between
> the 
> namespace expectations on client and server, especially if the interface
> and 
> impl are in different packages.   Definitely add the namespace attributes
> to 
> the @WebService annotations on both client and server.
> Next thing to note:  
> On the server side, you are configuring in the AegisServiceConfiguration,
> but 
> you aren't on the client the side.   That might also cause an issue.
> Barring those fixing it, if you can create a jir and attach the full test 
> case, that would be a help.
> Dan
> -- 
> Daniel Kulp

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