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SOAP : PHP client /Java server

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Hi,
I have a problem with the string array type. I want to send a string
array from the php client to the java server (Webservice with SOAP).

Here is the code :
----- Java server method : -----

public String[] crypte(String[] message, String name) throws
RemoteException {
String[] messageFinal = new String[message.length];

[...]

return messageend;

}catch(Exception e){
throw new RemoteException(e.getMessage(), e);
}
}

----- PHP client : -----
$message= array ("aze","sdsq","jhgjhgh");
$wsdl = new SOAP_WSDL($url);
$client= $wsdl->getProxy();
[...]
$messageCrypte = $client->crypte($message, "test");

------------------------
It works very well with a simple String, for example :
$message="jkjhkj"; with
public String[] crypte(String message, String name){...}

but not with a string array. Java doesn't recognise this type.The error
:

"JAXRPCTIE01: caught exception while handling request: unexpected
element type:
expected={http://mywebservice/...}StringArray,actual={http://mywebservice/...}Array"

It works well in the other sens : PHP recognise a string array returned
by the java server : print_r($messageCrypte).

Thanks for your help.

Jul 17 '05 #1
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