Can't access packaged object type in Java

Hi
I am getting the following error while accessing an oracle packaged object type. Can You please give me an advise..!!
java.sql.SQLException: invalid name pattern: XXGW_RMA_CREATION_PKG.XXGW_RMA_RECRegards

HI
I am not asking how to search in google. If You know how to resolve my problem..then help me. I don't what this kind of answers.
This is my problem
Error in java.
java.sql.SQLException: invalid name pattern: XXGW_RMA_CREATION_PKG.XXGW_RMA_REC
This is my package
create or replace package xxgw_rma_creation_pkg
is
type xxgw_rma_rec is record (dealer_name varchar2(40), dealer_desc varchar2(300));
type xxgw_rma_line is table of xxgw_rma_rec; --(item_name varchar2(40), item_desc varchar2(300)) index by binary_integer;
xx_rma_rec  xxgw_rma_rec;
xx_rma_line xxgw_rma_line
procedure xxgw_rma_creation (p_rma_rec in xxgw_rma_rec ,p_rma_line in xxgw_rma_line,p_rma_no out varchar2);
end;
create or replace package body xxgw_rma_creation_pkg
is
procedure xxgw_rma_creation (p_rma_rec in xxgw_rma_rec ,p_rma_line in xxgw_rma_line,p_rma_no out varchar2)
is
l_rma_rec xxgw_rma_rec := p_rma_rec;
l_rma_line xxgw_rma_line := p_rma_line;
begin
dbms_output.put_line(l_rma_rec.dealer_name||'  '||l_rma_rec.dealer_desc);
for i in  l_rma_line.first..l_rma_line.last loop
dbms_output.put_line(l_rma_line(i).dealer_name||'  '||l_rma_line(i).dealer_desc);
end loop;
p_rma_no := '20';
end;
end;Rekha

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