EJB Web Service Interface parameters name changed

Hi, all,
I create a simple Session EJB 3.0 with Web Service interface in Jdeveloper 10.1.3.4. and I deployed it into the embedded OC4J server.
The question is I found that the web service operator parameters is changed to "String_1" (actually the parameter in EJB method is String ss). And I found the WSDL file is also String_1.
How to create the real parameter name in WSDL from EJB Web Service interface? Any help on that?
Best Regards,
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