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Daniel S.G.
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Hello there,



I am currently workin on a project involving web services in java with Axis (v 1.2). What I want to do is to install a java class as a web service. At the moment I am stuck with the stub files generated (with wsdl2java), the reason is that after generating the stub files and modifying the webserviceSoapBindingImpl.java when I try to re-compile I get an error message. The problem is that there seem to be a conflict between the class Paquete that I create and the class ws.Paquete that is automatically created by wsdl2java.


I attach all the steps that I follow hoping that you guys can pinpoint what I am doing wrong.



Thanks a lot in advance for your help.



Cheers,



Dani





These are the versions I am working with:

- Tomcat 5

- Axis 1.2 Beta

- Java 1.4.2



Let�s get started:



This is the class I want to deploy as a web service:



EmpresaLogisticaImpl.java





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Now I create an interface for the class I want to deploy as a web service:





EmpresaLogistica.java



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And now I add to the classpath all the classes that are not present:





set classpath=%classpath%;E:\Java\mis_Librerias\envio.jar;E:\Java\mis_Librerias\fechas.jar;E:\Java\mis_Librerias\oferta.jar;E:\Java\mis_Librerias\envio.jar;E:\Java\mis_Librerias\seguridad.jar;E:\Java\mis_Librerias\paquete.jar




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Next, I create the WSDL file:





java org.apache.axis.wsdl.Java2WSDL -o empLog.wsdl -l"http://localhost:8080/axis/services/EmpresaLogistica" -n urn:recepcionPaquetes -p"recepcionPaquetes" urn:recepcionPaquetes recepcionPaquetes.EmpresaLogistica




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And from the WSDL file I create the stubs:





java org.apache.axis.wsdl.WSDL2Java -o . -d Session -s -p recepcionPaquetes.ws empLog.wsdl







which generates the following files:





deploy.wsdd

EmpresaLogistica.java

EmpresaLogisticaService.java

EmpresaLogisticaServiceLocator.java

EmpresaLogisticaSoapBindingImpl.java

EmpresaLogisticaSoapBindingStub.java

Oferta.java

Paquete.java

undeploy.wsdd





I now open EmpresaLogisticaSoapBindingImpl.java to crete the modifications needed:




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But when I compile the classes I get the following error message:





E:\Java\eclipse\workspace\D_empresa_logistica\recepcionPaquetes>javac ws\*.java

ws\EmpresaLogisticaSoapBindingImpl.java:34: getOferta(java.lang.String,java.lang.String,paquete.Paqu

ete) in recepcionPaquetes.EmpresaLogisticaImpl cannot be applied to (java.lang.String,java.lang.Stri

ng,recepcionPaquetes.ws.Paquete)

return empresa.getOferta(in0,in1,in2);

^

1 error


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Let me also include the classes Paquete.java :






And also Oferta.java:





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Personally I think that there is a conflict between the class Paquete.java and the class ws.Paquete.java that is generated. This does not happen with the class Oferta.java, and the situation is the same!



If I could compile all this I would only have to wrap up the different classess in a .jar file and copy them to the tomcat directory to do the deploy with java org.apache.axis.client.AdminClient deploy.wsdd




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I think this is all. I would really appreciate if you could have a look at what I do and tell me the steps that I do wrong, I would also like to know why the two extra classes, ws.Paquete.java and ws.Oferta.java are created.



Thank you very much.



Regards,



dani
[ January 06, 2005: Message edited by: Daniel S.G. ]
 
James Clinton
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Please use UBB Code tags and condense the code i.e. only display the import stuff - you'll get more responses that way.
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