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Trouble generating Exchange web service client using Axis2  RSS feed

 
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Hi,

I am trying to generate a web service client for Exchange Web services (2010). I saved my WSDL, "types.xsd" and "messages.xsd" locally. I have a simple Ant build script ...



but I get this error ...



Any ideas how to troubleshoot this further or other steps for going forward? Thanks, - Dave
 
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If I remember correctly Microsoft left out the service element from the WSDL. I remember a while back I ended up modifying the WSDL and adding that missing section and then Axis worked fine.
 
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You can also look at JWebServices for Exchange, an API that makes it easy to work with Exchange 2007/2010
 
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Hi,

Regarding

> I remember a while back I ended up modifying the WSDL and adding that missing section and then Axis worked fine

Can you show me how you modified the WSDL? What do you mean they left out the service element?

Alex, Thanks for the link, but it looks like you have to pay for JWebService. Do you know of any open source or other freeware that interacts with Exchange?

Thanks, - Dave
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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