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Re: WSDL4J Parameter order No longer an issue

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  • larzgold
    Can I ask where you got the docs for wsdl4j? I am looking for them Thanks larzgold
    Message 1 of 3 , May 6 6:31 AM
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      Can I ask where you got the docs for wsdl4j? I am looking for them

      Thanks
      larzgold

      --- In wsdl@y..., "davidattardwsdec" <davidattardwsdec@y...> wrote:
      > Taking a better look at the WSDL4J api, there is a method which is
      > bettr than the one I was using,
      >
      > getOrderedParts
      > public java.util.List getOrderedParts(java.util.List partOrder)
      > Get an ordered list of parts as specified by the partOrder argument.
      > Parameters:
      > partOrder - a list of strings, with each string referring to a part
      > by its name. If this argument is null, the parts are returned in the
      > order in which they were added to the message.
      > Returns:
      > the list of parts
      >
      >
      > Sorry for bothering ;)
      >
      > D
    • Neil Smyth
      I always get the wsdl4j docs via IBMs web services toolkit. Neil ... __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Health - your
      Message 2 of 3 , May 6 7:16 AM
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        I always get the wsdl4j docs via IBMs web services toolkit.

        Neil

        --- larzgold <larzgold@...> wrote:
        > Can I ask where you got the docs for wsdl4j? I am looking for them
        >
        > Thanks
        > larzgold
        >
        > --- In wsdl@y..., "davidattardwsdec" <davidattardwsdec@y...> wrote:
        > > Taking a better look at the WSDL4J api, there is a method which is
        > > bettr than the one I was using,
        > >
        > > getOrderedParts
        > > public java.util.List getOrderedParts(java.util.List partOrder)
        > > Get an ordered list of parts as specified by the partOrder
        > argument.
        > > Parameters:
        > > partOrder - a list of strings, with each string referring to a part
        >
        > > by its name. If this argument is null, the parts are returned in
        > the
        > > order in which they were added to the message.
        > > Returns:
        > > the list of parts
        > >
        > >
        > > Sorry for bothering ;)
        > >
        > > D
        >
        >


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