I am using WPF6.1.5 and Webservice multiple operation builder to Fetch WSDL operations
I have a WSDL file which interally includes xsd file which inturn includes another xsd file.
I created a directory Webcontent/web-inf/WSDL and copied WSDL and XSD files to the same directory. When I try to fetch by clicking fetch wsdl button, WPF throws
!ENTRY com.bowstreet.designer.ui 4 4 2011-09-13 13:59:14.837
Error: 3 : Coordinator error.
Any Idea why it is happening? any work around please suggest.
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5 replies Latest Post - 2011-09-15T18:17:19Z by mburati
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Updated on 2011-09-15T18:17:19Z at 2011-09-15T18:17:19Z by mburati
Re: Fetching WSDL using Webservice multiple operation builder throws NPE2011-09-14T13:13:17Z in response to PRDUSERTry starting the designer with -debug -console and then looking in the console window that it leaves up for more exception information (eg, stack trace) when that error occurs.
What do the include stmts look like for the schema(s) being included from the same folder?
I believe there are at least 2 fixpacks out for 6.1.5, so you may want to try getting the latest fixpack for that release to be sure this isn't an issue that was already fixed (and to pick up any other fixes/improvements available for that release/version).
Re: Fetching WSDL using Webservice multiple operation builder throws NPE2011-09-14T15:26:09Z in response to mburatiSchema include statments are like:
<xsd:schema elementFormDefault="qualified" targetNamespace="http://abc.com/xyz">
<import namespace="http://abc.com" schemaLocation="abc.xsd"/>
Re: Fetching WSDL using Webservice multiple operation builder throws NPE2011-09-14T17:24:39Z in response to PRDUSEROk, that looks fairly reasonable.
What about the other suggestion though to start designer with -debug -console and get the stack trace that happens when that design time error occurs? That could help narrow down what it's doing when it hits that NPE.
If you can't get the stack trace and the latest fixpack doesn't help, you may want to contact support about this issue to have them have a WEF schema expert help track this down.
I still recommend being on the latest fixpack for whatever release you're on, to avoid running into already fixed issues of any type (although I don't know if there are any schema related fixes in the 6.1.5.x fixpacks), so when you have time, getting to the latest 6.1.5.x fixpack (eg, 126.96.36.199 or 188.8.131.52 if there is one) would be a good idea. Getting on a more recent release (there have been a couple releases since then - 184.108.40.206 is the latest) when you can would also be good...
Re: Fetching WSDL using Webservice multiple operation builder throws NPE2011-09-15T17:38:09Z in response to mburatirunning the WPF using -debug -console doesn't print anything in the console. I looked into the WFP workspace log and I see only the same error mentioned above. I tried in WPF 220.127.116.11 same error.
Re: Fetching WSDL using Webservice multiple operation builder throws NPE2011-09-15T18:17:19Z in response to PRDUSERI think there may have been at least one version of eclipse shipped with WPF where you had to use eclipsec.exe (note the extra c in the name) in order to use the command line switches for -debug -console instead of eclipse.exe
If that doesn't help, you may want to take this to support to get some dedicated help looking into the issue.