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Complex Data type handling Axis for interoperability

 
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Using Document/Literal style in Axis (WRAPPED style) how do i handle complex java data types.Can any one send me an useful url where i 'ld
get ample example.My concern is I have Complex java Classes to be
handled in web services where my services will be invoked by diff client

(.Net/other).

I need Interoperability.

Kindly send me URL where i can get Examples/Samples/Tutorial.
 
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Axis is still not mature enough to handle complex types based on document/literal encoding. BUT Axis can handle complex types based on RPC encoding...its also interoperable with .NET clients.

There is an example in Axis package how to create complextypes webservices, Order.java or something like that, can't get the link now but i will post it later.

The future release of Axis will support complextypes based on document/litreal encoding.
 
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Here is the example which you can find in Axis package as well. This webservices hosted when hosted in aixs is also interoperable with .net clients
 
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