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WS-BPEL process using document-literal Web Service, "Compiling XSD failed"!?

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I have problems with orchestrating a WS-BPEL process that uses a document-literal Web service as a partnerlink. I use NetBeans 6.5 IDE.

I have created a simple Web application with one document-literal type Web Service together with an appropriate schema. I used that LoanService.XSD available in the Sun One tutorial. The service simply takes a Loan Request and replies with an approval. This deploys fine and works with a simple client.

Then I tried creating a WS-BPEL process which uses that service. To start simple, the BPEL process simply acts as a proxy - it "forwards" the Loan request from the client to the service and then forwards the approval back to the client. To get the Web Service partner link, I simply dragged-and-dropped the appropriate Web Service to the right part of the BPEL design screen. I used this technique with RPC Web Service before and it works fine. BPEL designer automatically created a partnerlink and its schema in the "Partners" directory.

The Process builds fine. I created a CompositeApp in which I put a JBI Module - the jar of the process. Composite App builds fine, too. But when I want to deploy, the weirdest thing happens:

How come it cannot compile XSD? What kind of an error is that?

I'm completely baffled about this mistake and have no clue what to do. Can someone help me, please?

Thanks in advance.

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Hi fellows I am too facing the same problem,
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