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Re: Arrays and web services
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ooops I hadn't finished ...instead of sometihng like: Hello WorldHas anyone ever tried to pass along an Array to awebservice???Thanks

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Hi, we're calling a java webservice and are trying to passdata to it. Everything works except for arrays. When checking theXML SOAP-ENV:BODY with WireShark we find that the values are notencapsulated properly. For example if the webservice expects anarray of Strings: myArray.push("Hello");myArray.push("World");will produce : HelloWorldinstead of sometihng like:

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BlazeDS with WSDL importer tool
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Hello I'm using BlazeDS with MXML tags and I manually declarethe parameters passed to the webservice and this works fine. It ishowever a pain because I have complicated DTO's. An option would beto use the WSDL import tool which creates stubs and the objects. Itwould be so much faster to use these generated objects. Has anyoneever used this approach? Can it work? I can't seem to make itwork...Thanks

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