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From "Andrew Perry (JIRA)" <axis-c-...@ws.apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (AXISCPP-460) WSDL2Ws creates code which does NOT compile
Date Mon, 21 Feb 2005 10:49:49 GMT
     [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXISCPP-460?page=history ]

Andrew Perry updated AXISCPP-460:
---------------------------------

        Summary: WSDL2Ws creates code which does NOT compile  (was: WSDL2Ws creates code which
does compile)
    Description: 
WSDL2Ws creates code which does NOT compile when attributes are used.
I am creating a new test WSDL which has an element for each of the supported XSD data type
which stored the data as an attribute. This will test all the serialize and deserialize as
attribute APIs.

When WSDL2Ws generates the client stub for this WSDL the generated code fails to compile.

----- CC output snippet -----

       [cc] /home/andyp/cwssBuild/obj/test/generated/cpp/XSDAttribute/DateTimeType.cpp:23:
no
       [cc]    match for `int != axiscpp::xsd__dateTime&' operator
       [cc] /usr/include/c++/3.2.3/bits/stl_list.h: At top level:

       [cc] /home/andyp/cwssBuild/obj/test/generated/cpp/XSDAttribute/DateType.cpp:23: no
       [cc]    match for `int != axiscpp::xsd__date&' operator
       [cc] /usr/include/c++/3.2.3/bits/stl_list.h: At top level:

       [cc] /home/andyp/cwssBuild/obj/test/generated/cpp/XSDAttribute/TimeType.cpp:23: no
       [cc]    match for `int != axiscpp::xsd__time&' operator
       [cc] /usr/include/c++/3.2.3/bits/stl_list.h: At top level:

------------------------------




  was:
WSDL2Ws creates code which does compile when attributes are used.
I am creating a new test WSDL which has an element for each of the supported XSD data type
which stored the data as an attribute. This will test all the serialize and deserialize as
attribute APIs.

When WSDL2Ws generates the client stub for this WSDL the generated code fails to compile.

----- CC output snippet -----

       [cc] /home/andyp/cwssBuild/obj/test/generated/cpp/XSDAttribute/DateTimeType.cpp:23:
no
       [cc]    match for `int != axiscpp::xsd__dateTime&' operator
       [cc] /usr/include/c++/3.2.3/bits/stl_list.h: At top level:

       [cc] /home/andyp/cwssBuild/obj/test/generated/cpp/XSDAttribute/DateType.cpp:23: no
       [cc]    match for `int != axiscpp::xsd__date&' operator
       [cc] /usr/include/c++/3.2.3/bits/stl_list.h: At top level:

       [cc] /home/andyp/cwssBuild/obj/test/generated/cpp/XSDAttribute/TimeType.cpp:23: no
       [cc]    match for `int != axiscpp::xsd__time&' operator
       [cc] /usr/include/c++/3.2.3/bits/stl_list.h: At top level:

------------------------------





> WSDL2Ws creates code which does NOT compile
> -------------------------------------------
>
>          Key: AXISCPP-460
>          URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXISCPP-460
>      Project: Axis-C++
>         Type: Bug
>  Environment: Linux
>     Reporter: Andrew Perry

>
> WSDL2Ws creates code which does NOT compile when attributes are used.
> I am creating a new test WSDL which has an element for each of the supported XSD data
type which stored the data as an attribute. This will test all the serialize and deserialize
as attribute APIs.
> When WSDL2Ws generates the client stub for this WSDL the generated code fails to compile.
> ----- CC output snippet -----
>        [cc] /home/andyp/cwssBuild/obj/test/generated/cpp/XSDAttribute/DateTimeType.cpp:23:
no
>        [cc]    match for `int != axiscpp::xsd__dateTime&' operator
>        [cc] /usr/include/c++/3.2.3/bits/stl_list.h: At top level:
>        [cc] /home/andyp/cwssBuild/obj/test/generated/cpp/XSDAttribute/DateType.cpp:23:
no
>        [cc]    match for `int != axiscpp::xsd__date&' operator
>        [cc] /usr/include/c++/3.2.3/bits/stl_list.h: At top level:
>        [cc] /home/andyp/cwssBuild/obj/test/generated/cpp/XSDAttribute/TimeType.cpp:23:
no
>        [cc]    match for `int != axiscpp::xsd__time&' operator
>        [cc] /usr/include/c++/3.2.3/bits/stl_list.h: At top level:
> ------------------------------

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