Re: Using Netbeans for Web Services.
I'm using the Netbeans IDE to generate client code from WSDL for a
The code generated is not taking into account some parts of the
definitions (time = \d\d:\d\d:\d\d) and this results in error
from the web-service.
Should I expect Netbeans to handle this better?
Do I need to dig through dozens of generated classes to see if I can
find where it incorrectly serializes the data and fix it myself?
Should I provide some intelligent feedback to the suppliers of the
*** What do other folk do?
You can certainly file a bug (NetBeans seems not to be distinguishing
time from dateTime). Since NetBeans is open source, you could also
fix it yourself :-) Or, you could look for other client-generation
software that handles this better (you might look at Axis.)
The WSDL referers to XSD files that contain definitions like this:
<xs:element name="DateOfPreparation" type="bbb:DateType"/>
<xs:element name="TimeOfPreparation" type="bbb:TimeType"/>
NetBeans generates an API that can be used like this
However the transmitted XML clearly ignores the XSD restriction
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