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jaxb external customization with WSDL (and imported WSDL)

Boris Malensek
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Joined: Aug 23, 2011
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Hi.

I used wsimport to create JAXB Java objects from WSDL. And information I get was
[ERROR] A class/interface with the same name "my.package.ObjectFactory" is already in use. Use a class customization to resolve this conflict.
I started to study external JAXB customization and I wasn't able to find any suitable example hot to do it.
My scenario is like that I have main wsdl file (which I pass to wsimport) and inside that wsdl file is tag <wsdl:import location="path.to.another.wsdl" namespace="secondWsdlNamespace" /> . In that anotherWsdl there is one complexType:
<xs:complexType name="objectFactory"><xs:sequence/></xs:complexType> and that objectFactory is actually problematic. wsimport creates ObjectFactory.java in which it handles all object instantations. What I want to do is to create external customization for JAXB for that "inner" wsdl.
For now I was able to produce next mapping file:



And I'm getting error:

[ERROR] XPath evaluation of "//xs:complexType[@name='objectFactory']" results in empty target node

As I said in "url.to.main.wsdl" there is import of another wsdl like:



At my JAXB mapping file do I have to point at main wsdl or inportedwsdl at wsdlLocation attribute?
Of course I have already tried this url.to.imported.wsdl and same error occurs. Any ideas? Examples?

Thanks

Regards
Zmeda
g tsuji
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Joined: Jan 18, 2011
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Should you not provision the schemaLocation as well? Like this.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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