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[jbossws-users] [JBossWS] - WS STRING[] ERROR: could not find deserializer for type Stri rudyto Wed Oct 25 12:00:34 2006

The deploy process on JBoss 4.0.5 is running OK, but when I invoke my 
webservice method from my WSDII client, it retrieves this error message:

org.jboss.axis.AxisFault: Deserializing parameter 'result':  could not find 
deserializer for type {http://mypackage/types}String.Array


My interface (and class) also has other methods are returning simple type like 
int, boolean and String, but these methods are running perfectly.
I have also tried with others sequence return types like int[], Vector, 
StringTokenizer, but they aren't running.
On JBoss 4.0.3.SP1 all running ok, but i can't use this old version.

My Application server is:
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JBoss 4.0.5.GA running on JDK 1.5 (jdk1.5.0_08)
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My INTERFACE is like this:
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import java.rmi.Remote;
  | import java.rmi.RemoteException;
  | 
  | public interface myinterface extends Remote {
  |   ..........
  |   public String[] mymethod(String myparameter) throws RemoteException;
  |   ..........
  | }
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My WSDL FILE (autogenerated by JBOSS Tool in ...\JBoss 
4.0.5.GA\bin\wstools.bat) contains this:
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......... 
  | <complexType name='String.Array'>
  |   <sequence>
  |     <element maxOccurs='unbounded' minOccurs='0' name='value' 
nillable='true' type='string'/>
  |   </sequence>
  | </complexType>
  | .........
  | <message name=''myinterface_mymethod'>
  |   <part name='String_1' type='xsd:string'/>
  | </message>
  | <message name='myinterface_mymethodResponse'>
  |   <part name='result' type='ns1:String.Array'/>
  | </message>
  | .........
  | <operation name='mymethod' parameterOrder='String_1'>
  |   <input message='tns:myinterface_mymethod'/>
  |   <output message='tns:myinterface_mymethodResponse'/>
  | </operation>
  | .........
----------------------------------------

My JAXRPC-MAPPING.XML file (autogenerated by JBOSS Tool in ...\JBoss 
4.0.5.GA\bin\wstools.bat) contains this:
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...........
  | <package-mapping>
  |   <package-type>mypackage</package-type>
  |   <namespaceURI>http://mypackage/types</namespaceURI>
  | </package-mapping>
  | ...........
  | <service-endpoint-method-mapping>
  |   <java-method-name>mymethod</java-method-name>
  |   <wsdl-operation>mymethod</wsdl-operation>
  |   <method-param-parts-mapping>
  |     <param-position>0</param-position>
  |     <param-type>java.lang.String</param-type>
  |     <wsdl-message-mapping>
  |       <wsdl-message 
xmlns:wsdlMsgNS='http://mypackage'>wsdlMsgNS:myinterface_mymethod</wsdl-message>
  |       <wsdl-message-part-name>String_1</wsdl-message-part-name>
  |       <parameter-mode>IN</parameter-mode>
  |     </wsdl-message-mapping>
  |   </method-param-parts-mapping>
  |   <wsdl-return-value-mapping>
  |     <method-return-value>java.lang.String[]</method-return-value>
  |     <wsdl-message 
xmlns:wsdlMsgNS='http://mypackages'>wsdlMsgNS:myinterface_mymethodResponse</wsdl-message>
  |     <wsdl-message-part-name>result</wsdl-message-part-name>
  |   </wsdl-return-value-mapping>
  | </service-endpoint-method-mapping>
  | ............
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My CLIENT WSDII source is like this:
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........
  | String urlstr       = mywsdlurl        
  | String nameSpaceURI = mynamespaceuri                
  | String serviceName  = myservicename        
  | String portName     = myserviceportname  
  | 
  | URL url = new URL(urlstr);
  | QName qname = new QName(nameSpaceURI, serviceName);
  | QName port = new QName(nameSpaceURI, portName);
  | ServiceFactory factory = ServiceFactory.newInstance();
  | Service service = factory.createService(url, qname);
  | 
  | QName operation = operation = new QName(nameSpaceURI, mymethod);
  | Call call = service.createCall(port, operation);
  | 
  | String[] arr= ( String[])call.invoke(new Object[] {"myparametervalue"});
  | for (int i = 0; i<arr.length; i++) {str+="["+arr+"]";}
  | System.out.println(">> mymethod('myparametervalue'): "+str);
  | ..........
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The invoke method in WSDII client class generates the exception 
org.jboss.axis.AxisFault.

What i do to resolve this???? 
It's possible that collections (or arrays) objects don't work with JBoss 
4.0.5.GA ???

Thanks in advance,
Rudy

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