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Webservice evolution - need to a parameter to an existing WebMethod.

 
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Hello;
I dont do a lot of webservice work so sorry for my novice understanding.

I have an existing web service that is used by lots of clients.




Foo[] methodA(@WebParam(name = "param1") Engine engine, @WebParam(name = "date") Date date);




In a specific client (flash web app) I need to pass an additional param.




Foo[] methodA(@WebParam(name = "param1") Engine engine, @WebParam(name = "date") Date date, @WebParam(name = "clientTimeZoneOffset"), Long clientTimeZoneOffset);




of course method A is called by a diverse variety of clients, only 1 needs to pass in the timezone offset.
In my study of webservices, I recollect some issue with parameters for methods exposed by webservices but cannot remember the full details. WHAT ARE THE RULES???

I am getting the following
main ]|2013-09-25 12:02:09,584|ERROR||| ContextLoader:307|Context initialization failed
org.springframework.beans.factory.BeanCreationException: Error creating bean with name 'processService': Invocation of init method failed; nested exception is javax.xml.ws.WebServiceException: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: An operation with name [{http://mycompany.com/}methodA] already exists in this service

I have found documentation that says I can methods where the type varies, but not the number of args. Can I???



 
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