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How to pass an object as a parameter in web services?

Simon Yue
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Joined: Aug 11, 2009
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I have corrected some mistakes in my post. Please help ...
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I am developing a simple web service client and server (using Eclipse for auto code generation). I am able to pass String and Byte array from the client. However, there is a parameter "statusInfo" which is an object of the class "cz.unmz.namespaces.csn369791.SendCertificatesRequestStatusInfo" and I have no idea of how to do so.

Below is an extract of the wsdl file:

Below is an extract of the auto-gen SendCertificatesRequest.java file:

Below is the auto-gen SendCertificatesRequest.java file:

In the client (an auto-gen JSP file), Eclipse has generated the following two lines of code:

I have also added the following line for the parameter "certificateSequence" (I have already prepared a Bytearray of certificateSequence)

Can anyone suggest a way of passing the parameter "statusInfo"? Thanks.
 
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