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Axis, missing qualified name in root element

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My problem is as following, I use prebuilt Eclipse wizard (Axis 1) to build Web service client from provided WSDL:




everything seems to work, code is built and I compile it, but in the end my soap request looks as following:


and my problem is that I get:

<IssueChangedNotification xmlns="http://soap.rpc.jira.atlassian.com">

instead of

<cc:IssueChangedNotification xmlns:cc="http://soap.rpc.jira.atlassian.com">

How to force Axis to create soap message with cc qualified name? My server does not accept my XML and says it is

  Text:CHARACTER:XML Parsing Errors have occurred
                ParserException

Really appreciate your help!!!
 
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