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Ragunath Jawahar

Joined: Jan 28, 2010
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I am a Web service beginner. I have a few doubts please do enlighten me. I have written a web service based on axis. WSDL was automatically generated from the server code. After that I used the wsdl2java tool to generate code for my client application. Though the tool did a nice job, I have some uncertainties:

Uncertainty 1: Are these classes equal? I have two classes written in the server side, but in the code generated by the WSDL2Java tool there is only one! It doesn't even have the SERIAL ID

These classes are at the server-side: and

Class generated by the wsdl2java tool.
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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