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Response <item xsi:nil="true" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"/>

 
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I am very new to Web Services. I am creating Apache CXF (apache-cxf-2.5.0) SOAP based Web Services. It creates WSDL from Java class (Java first approach).

Following is my Java class:



This is WSDL created at the specified URL:


I am using soapUI for testing. This is the request generated when I use soapUI :



This is the response I get when I submit request to specified endpoint URL for the FIRST time:


However when I resubmit request again I get following response everytime I submit request:



Actually I am expecting the same response when I submit request for the FIRST time. But somehow every time I submit request I get above response without any data. How to get rid of this?

Thank you.
 
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My problem is more or less solved. The problem was with my Java class in which I was having class level variables. I changed it and made it method level variables and now I am getting result as expected.

Thank you.
 
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