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JAXWS External Bindings File Issue

 
Michael Love
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I am new to JAXWS, so bear with me!

I am using an external bindings file to "trick" my generated code to reference a class in a parent project as such:

<jaxws:bindings xmlns:wsdl="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/wsdl/"
node="wsdl:definitions/wsdl:portType/wsdlperation/wsdl:fault[@name='WebServiceException']">
<jaxws:class name="common.exception.WebServiceException"/>
</jaxws:bindings>

The reason I am doing this is to move this method up to a common project so other sibling projects can use it as well.

This works great as all of my generated WebServiceException references now use the fully qualified path.

My issue is that it creates a package common.exception and WebServiceException class in my project. I can delete the package and it works fine, but I want to have it not create the class. Any ideas?

Thanks, Mike
 
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