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How do I build a WSDL with meaningful names instead of in0?

 
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Hi all,
I'm having trouble defining the parameter name that i want. Instead, the axis automatically convert it to in0,in1,in2 for each subsequent parameter..

For example... in the wsdl file

wsdl:message name="deliverDNMessageRequest">
<wsdl art name="in0" type="xsd:short"/>

i wanted to change the "in0" to a more meaning name like "appId".

Thanks
 
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There was a simular questions posted a while ago. The answer to that one was

Yes.its possible. add javac -g option to your script.

like javac -g HelloWorld.java will help you preserve the input names for axis generated wsdl

 
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