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I am using axis-2.1.3, jboss4.2.2GA and I want to change the name of xml element of result.



I want to change the above code to the code below, how do I do this? I have java class and then axis2 generates the wsdl.



Thanks in advance,
Sushma
 
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the name of the tag depends on the name of the element which you have created for the response & prefix will depend on the name space.
If you want the output of your desired way then hand typed wsdl file must be made i;e you have to create your own wsdl file not relying on the server generated one.
 
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okay, I tried to do that also. but it doesn't seem to work. I started from the wsdl generated by axis2 and copied this wsdl into my application esp\WebContent\WEB-INF\services\EspService\META-INF folder. then changed whatever the return types, but it still doesn't work. I have one Bean class and two methods that I want to expose.
Here is my wsdl:



so, here I have named createIdentityResponse element as bmespid, but still when I test it with soap ui, the response is



How do I make it


Thanks a lot in advance.

Sushma
 
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