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Subject Re: Problems with latest CVS Code and WSDL2Ws
Date Thu, 12 Feb 2004 06:03:42 GMT
I am looking at the issues you have mentioned. Is it possible you to send
me the WSDL you used for this ?



> Hi guys,
> I update my Axis code to the last CVS version and I still having no
> success on compiling the generated client code for document literal WSDL
>  file :-(.
> A lot of progress but still minor issues (at least for document
> literal). So after a quick look on the WSDL2Ws java code I made some
> changes. I finally have success on generated the C++ client code for a
> more complex document literal WSDL file than echoString, echoStruct.
> Included the changes I made in a diff format (sorry i'm not able to made
>  a patch as open source community done generally). Some of the changes
> are certainly at the wrong place but avoid compilation problems. I also
> made changes in the code to correct some issues for the document literal
>  mode works.
> I also made a changes in the Axis C/C++ code in the AxisUserAPI.h file.
> For array types the generated code need the following declaration to
> compile.
> /* JBY some simple types typedef (avoid compilation pbs of generated cpp
>  client code) */
> typedef xsd__double_Array double_Array;
> typedef xsd__float_Array float_Array;
> typedef xsd__boolean_Array boolean_Array;
> typedef xsd__string_Array string_Array;
> typedef xsd__int_Array int_Array;
> typedef xsd__short_Array short_Array;
> typedef xsd__long_Array long_Array;
> If needed a little WSDL file to show the trouble can be produced.
> When testing I also found a big issue on the Axis C/C++ WS stack. When a
>  XML element use a C/C++ reserved word this element is prefixed by "_".
> For me only the related C/C++ variable must be renamed but not the C/C++
>  literal value of the element. If we target a Web Services Server where
> the stack is not developed by Axis team the server will not renamed the
> C/C++ revered word. Example:
> SOAP fragment returned by Web Service server:
>           <Status xmlns="...">
>              <return xmlns="">
>                 <Status>OK</Status>
>              </return>
>           </Status>
> Axis C/C++ stack failed to parse the result because it expect:
>           <Status xmlns="...">
>              <_return xmlns="">
>                 <Status>OK</Status>
>              </_return>
>           </Status>
> Regards,
> Jean-Yves

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