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JAXRPC Web Service Type Mapping

JAXRPC Web Service Type Mapping

JAXRPC Web Service Type Mapping


We have recently migrated from JBuilder to Eclipse/Ant for Java Web Service creation and deployment.

I am using the "wsdeploy" ant task (contained the in the JAXRPC 1.1 distribution) and a JAXRPC-RI.xml file for configuration.

The problem I am having is that, when built using JBuilder, all StringHolder types in the Java Interface were mapped to xsd:string type during the WSDL generation. However, using the wsdeploy Ant task, they are mapped to "m0:StringHolder".

What I require is a way of telling wsdeploy to map all StringHolder types to xsd:string in the wsdl.

The route to go appears to be to use a config.xml file. However, I can't seem to make the wsdeploy task find that file.

I have seen examples on the web of using a "config" attribute in the wsdeploy task but this attribute is unsupported in the version that I am using.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.



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