And the java function on the other other end that Im trying to call is:
The function gets called fine. And an instance of loginRequest is also provided, but the attributes inside loginRequest are all null. APIWSLoginRequest is a pojo with 3 members: userId, userPassword and an integer array.
Any idea what could be wrong? This worked before, but suddenly stopped working this Monday morning.
Could it be a namespace problem? I had read an article somewhere on the net, on modifying my wsdl to remove namespaces which I had followed initially.
After introducing a new function in the Web Service class, I did regenerate the WSDL, but haven't done the same thing again. I cant find the article again!
Really small request. LoginId, password and an array of couple of integers
I can see the JSON object string (String form of JSON in the Axis message) on the server side, but it stays as a JSON string. Doesn't convert to a java object. Thus my object (APILoginRequest) ends up keeping null members after the constructor is called. None of the getters are invoked
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