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If I have a service class communicating with a client via Axis web service. I want to know what do I need to put in the <typemapping> <arraymapping> ?

1) just make a <typemapping> for each method's return type ?

or

2) make a <typemapping> for instance variable of the service class ?

or

3) make a <typemapping> for each parameter in each method's signatur ?

or

what ??

in other words, what do I need to put as <typemapping> or <arraymapping> ?

My 2nd question is --- If I define a <typemapping> for a data type, this data type may be a java class that contains its own instance attributes, do I need to define <typemapping> for those attributes ?
 
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