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Axis2 Issue, Please Help!

 
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Hi

I created simple pojo service that contains 2 classes : a service class that has method that return simple Person class (name, id both String).

The wsdl file created by java2wsdl has the schema embedded.

i deployed this service under axis2 at Apache tomcat.

I have a Client product that when it parsing the WSDL file of that service it's failing to read the parameters of the operations and giving the following error:

'schemaLocation' attribute missing on 'import'

now, I think it's referring to this line from the WSDL file:

<xs:import namespace="http://data/xsd"; />

I attached the WSDL file and the sercices.xml in the bottom of the message.

Please help.

Thanks in advance

Roi

services.xml:

CalcWithPerson22.wsdl:
 
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Welcome to code ranch.

Your WSDL is attempting to import types from a different namespace but does not mention where the types can be found - http://www.w3schools.com/schema/el_import.asp

It is missing the schemaLocation attribute - <xs:import namespace="http://data/xsd"/>;
 
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