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Adam Thanks for Coming to the JavaRanch. Please help with one Web Services Question

Bob Nedwor
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Adam;

Thanks for coming to the JavaRanch. Please help with one Web Services Question.
When using the "Test Web Service Method" dialogue box in NetBeans IDE 6.0, how do you enter an input parameter that needs to be a javax.xml.datatype.Duration (for an xsDuration)? For example, for 50:00 (fifty minutes) I've tried both PT50M and "PT50M" and PT50M0S, etc. with no luck. When I tab out of the field, the value is erased

If you can tell me how to do it, then I promise that I will buy your book!
Thanks so much!
[ April 24, 2008: Message edited by: Bob Nedwor ]

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