1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 24, 2004 7:24 AM by John D'Ausilio

    Specifying encoding/style in jboss.net

    John D'Ausilio Newbie

      Is there any way to do so? I've been manually editing the web-service/wsdd to change style to "wrapped" (not that that has fixed any of my problems) and the generated wsdl reflects the changes as expected. Will this mess up the EJB handler? Ultimate goal is interop, and clues on the net seem to indicate that "wrapped" is way to go for services that talk to M$.NET clients.

        • 1. Re: Specifying encoding/style in jboss.net
          John D'Ausilio Newbie

          Thanks for all the replies :)

          Turns out that wrapped is old-skool .. evidently the latest .NET stuff eats RPC/encoded just fine, in fact the M$ guy was complaining when I had it set up for wrapped. He indicated that when dealing with wrapped services he had to actually parse the XML manually, whereas when using RPC/encoded he's able to get reconstituted objects!