Vijay keshava wrote:Here is a statement from wsdl2java that may help.
If the WSDL says that an object can be nillable, that is the caller may choose to return a value of nil, then the primitive data types are replaced by their wrapper classes, such as Byte, Double, Boolean, etc.
Jeanne Boyarsky: Do you need the two cars
Pat Farrell: you have to add in license, taxes, maintenance, wear and tear, depreciation, etc?
Deepak Pant wrote:You can do something like System.getProperty("user.install.root"). It will give you the root folder where your WAS profile is located.