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Anyone using RAD for web service development?

 
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Is anyone out there encountering similar issues.

The wizard never seems to work correctly. I have a class returning the most basic javabean. When I use the wizard it does not generate the serialization classes for the java bean because even though I return a java bean class, the WSDL return type specifies only xsd:anyType

<element name="getCustomerReturn" nillable="true" type="xsd:anyType"/>

It should generate an XSD schema for my javabean and THIS should be specified in the above type attribute.

I've tried using axis runtime as well as websphere runtime.

Using this tool to develop web services is a joke. Perhaps WSAD would work better but my client is forcing me to use ration application developer (RAD).
 
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Now the damn thing can't even generate a simple web service client. compile errors all over the place.
 
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