Ive created a web service with one of the methods requiring a boolean parameter type. i am using Axis2 and Eclipse with Tomcat/Apache as the service backend.
I have a standalone application that uses the method and there seems to be no problem. Someone else tries to create a C# main app when building the stub from the WSDL and for some reason there is an error on the server side:
Caused by: java.lang.NumberFormatException: For input string: "false"
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At first the parameter type was Boolean(the object) then i changed it to the primitive type and still got the same error.
Was wondering at first glance, if someone has had experience with SOAP protocols being incompatible with C# using boolean parameters? what should i check for? If you want to see the WSDL XML i can furnish that for you if that would help.
Thanks a lot in advance. (meant to post this earlier but somehow it didnt take for some reason).
I apologize for bringing this topic up again, but i have exactly the same problem.
Webservice: Java AXIS2
Client: gSoap for C++
When I try to send my SOAP-message (which contains a boolean) I receive the following: "java.lang.NumberFormatException: For input string: "false"". I also attempted it with the xsd-boolean-datatype (from gSoap) but the problem still persists.
I'd be grateful for any tips or solutions you might be able to offer.