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To pass file object to webservice

 
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Hi,
I am able to run webservices passing data types like int,string.But when I pass data type like file object it is not able to create .wsdl file.It throws following warning.

"The class java.io.File is defined in a java or javax package and cannot be converted into an xml schema type. An xml schema anyType will be used to define this class in the wsdl file."

Is there a way so that we can create a .wsdl file so that it takes file objects as a parameter to webserice.

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Yathish
 
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Is there a way so that we can create a .wsdl file so that it takes file objects as a parameter to webserice.



I don't know how anyType would work, but it sounds like it is just a warning, not an error.
Are you sure that File objects can be transported from machine to machine and still work? Try serializing a File object and see whether that works across machines (having the same OS, obviously).
 
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Hi,
This is able to create .wsdl and related class files from .wsdl file.
But when I try to access this webservice through ASP.net it is not able to call the related webservice.
It throws an error stating "Unable to import binding 'fileobjectSoapBinding'
from namespace 'urn:fileobject".Unable to import operation 'getFileObject'.
Schema with targetNamespace='http://net.jboss.org/jmx' has invalid syntax.
SimpleType content is missing.

with regards,

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File objects are very much tied to a particular operating system/jvm and are meaningless in the web service context. You must redesign your application - exactly what are you trying to accomplish?
Bill
 
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Hi,
If I want to read a file through webservice how would I do it?
The senario is I have to upload a file using ASP(client) and read the file and do some functionalities using java.
Please suggest what would be the way to do so.

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Read the file and pass it a bytes argument
 
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Hello Gatty,

Read this IBM article

http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/xml/library/x-tippass.html

 
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