Yes! I have now an SRW Service up and running. But Axis has made three
namespaces namely tns2, tns3 and tns4 which I would liked to be srw, xcql
and diag respectively.
The WSDL is generated everytime I rebuild so I guess this could be set
From: Matthew J. Dovey [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 2. april 2004 17:30
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Subject: Re: Problems with Axis and JBuilder
In the web services designer click on the icon that looks like a
document with a star and wheel on it, and click import from URL
This will give you a WSDLService1 box. Click on WSDLService1. You'll get
a dialog box with a label input WSDL file. Put
Finally click on the Server checkbox
Then build the project
Unfortunately the Axis in JbuilderX will give the error reported by Alan
(_whereInListType0 not found - I still use JBuilder 8 as my primary
development IDE and this exhibit this bug). A quick fix is to rename the
class _whereInList to _whereInListType0 (yes - that is the Axis bug, it
calls the class _whereInList, but then uses _whereInListType0 in the
other generated code!).
However, you could also try using the new draft schemas at
I've now included a workaround for this.
For your own server you should make a local version of
srw-sample-service.wsdl - make sure that the import includes the full
url of the srw-bindings.wsdl on the LoC site, and modify the URL
endpoint of your service accordingly.