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One way web service errors in WSAD 5.1.0.3

 
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The directions to reproduce this problem are basically the ones from this article:
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/library/techarticles/0402_du/0402_du.html
except that the signature of the session bean method has been changed to return a void and just print to stdout. BTW, the article's example as it stands works fine in my environment - I only get problems when changing the method to return a void.
The exception produced is:

Has anyone else seen this problem with one way web services in WSAD/WAS?
Thanks for your input.
--Ed
 
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It seems this issue is working better (but still not totally fixed) in WSAD v5.1.1 .
It seems the WSDL generated in 5.1.1 constructs unneeded Response objects and output elements. Since it is mapping to a method returning void on the session bean, there shouldn't be any Response objects or output needed.
As for what is going on under the covers within the IBM webservices jar, I don't know. Time will tell on that.
--Ed
[ May 10, 2004: Message edited by: Ed Savage ]
 
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