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Hi,

I need to deploy a class as a web service. I have done simple web services with axis. I would like to do my web service with axis too.

The problem is that I don't found any tutorial about axis+webservices+complex types of datas. It's necessary for me, because I have a method wich recives a java bean and then it returns another java bean.

Web services with simple types is very easy for me, but it's impossible if I use complex types.

For example. In my class there is a method wich recives a Java Bean Person. When I generate the stubs with WSDL2Java I obtain another class Person automaticaly. When I truck the SoapBinding file and I try to compile it, I obtain an error between my Person Bean and the class Person generated automaticaly.

Where I can found an example abaut axis and complex types?

Thank you very much.
Dani
[ December 29, 2004: Message edited by: Daniel S�nchez G�mez ]
 
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