|Re: Complex Type Parsing [message #178418]
||Thu, 31 August 2006 19:07
Originally posted by: merks.ca.ibm.com|
I saw your same question on the WTP newsgroup. You should use a single
posting to multiple newsgroups so that an answer on one will appear on
all. The WSDL model in WTP uses the XSD model to represent the XML
Schema parts of the WSDL. In addition, the XSD model's XSDResourceImpl
can be registered to handle .wsdl or .xsd files. When parsing a .wsdl
file, it will create XSDSchema components for all the schemas in the
WSDL. You could look at XSDMainExample to see how the XSD model can be
used to parse .xsd file and you can modify that example to register
"wsdl" as well as "xsd". Probably you'll want to use the WSDL model, in
which case folks on the WTP newsgroup will need to answer your question.
> Hi everyone,
> I actually have a problem pasing complex types from a WSDL file. I was using
> WSDL4J to parse simple types. Now that i want to parse complex type, i find
> no resources. I heard about WSIF. But again, i don't know how to use it.
> Anybody has any idea ?
> Any sample or example is more than welcome.
> Thanks a lot
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