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Hi all,

i would like to define a function that returns an user-defined type....however this user-defined type contains another user-defined type as attribute......is it possible to do it in apache axis and how should i define that in the wsdd file?

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Check the WSDD reference in axis website http://ws.apache.org/axis/java/reference.html on using typeMApping or BeanMapping tags...
also check this sample from axis package http://cvs.apache.org/viewcvs.cgi/ws-axis/java/samples/userguide/example5/
 
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thx....
but if i want to return class which is not user-defined type, however it is some complex type such as java.util.Set, do i still use the same method to define it in the wsdd or there are some special notation for it such as array?
 
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I guess so, but i haven't tried it.
If needed you have check the interoperability issue as well
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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