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Now this is going to be a little vague, insofar as I have a barely adequate grasp of the subject. I'm hoping that the good people in here will understand my question anyway:
I am revising a webservice that wastes a lot of bandwidth on redundant namespace definitions. To wit, the answer to the webmethod hentAlleUNILoginAnsatte is this (abbreviated):
My question is: How can I reduce the redundancy of xmlns:java="java.com.mycomp.myservice.webservice.returTyper" (in order to save 60% bandwidth, and make the result at bit more human readable)? My own guess is that the java namespace should be moved outside the repeating tags, approximately like this:
But I really don't now how to do that (Oh, I have tried... ).
The technical details:
* Bea weblogic server
* Relevant: JWS Annotation Tags:
I've probably not given enough information here, but please give me a hint as to what is missing, and where to start finding it.