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javax.xml.rpc.JAXRPCException ???????

 
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I have deployed a simple web service using Apache Tomcat 6.0 and Axis 1.4 in Windows XP. Now the server is very simple:



Now if the client doesn't send any parameters then everything works well. But as sson as I try to send a parameter to the server, I get the following error:

"javax.xml.rpc.JAXRPCException: Number of parameters passed in (0) doesn't match the number of IN/INOUT parameters (1) from the addParameter() calls"

Why is this happening??? My client is also very simple:



Please guys, I need to solve this problem with in the next couple of days.

Bye.


[Devaka: Added code tags]
 
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Hi!
Can you enclose the WSDL of the service?
Best wishes!
 
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