Issues in creating Java based web services with JAXB 1.0 in Jdeveloper 10 g

Hi All,
I am trying out a simple java based web service creation exercise using Jdeveloper 10.1.3.3.0.3 and JAXB 1.0. Here is what I am trying to do.
1. I have a XSD file called Status.xsd, which has three complex types in it.
2. Using Jdeveloper Tools --> JAXB Compilation, I have created Jaxb classes for the above XSD files. For each of the complex type the jaxb class generator generated on IMPL clas and one abstract class.
3. Now I have created one simple java class called Class1.java and created one method that takes the StatusImpl as input and as output for that method. Here is the code for Class1.java
public class Class1 {
public Class1() {
public StatusImpl getstatus (StatusImpl in) {
StatusImpl out;
out = in;
return out;
4. Now, I trying to create a web service for this java class from jedeveloper. I have right clicked this class and went thru the wizard Create J2EE web services.
5. At the end, the web service project got created successfully and I am trying to run this project from jdeveloper. When I run this project, I am getting the following kind of error message in the browser
It looks like when the runtime deployment classes are trying to instantiate the abstract classes instead of the impl class. and for all the complex types they trow that error and the web service could not be even invoked.
What could be the issue? Is the jaxb based web services supported with jdeveloper 10g?
Thanks,
Renga

Hi All,
I am trying out a simple java based web service creation exercise using Jdeveloper 10.1.3.3.0.3 and JAXB 1.0. Here is what I am trying to do.
1. I have a XSD file called Status.xsd, which has three complex types in it.
2. Using Jdeveloper Tools --> JAXB Compilation, I have created Jaxb classes for the above XSD files. For each of the complex type the jaxb class generator generated on IMPL clas and one abstract class.
3. Now I have created one simple java class called Class1.java and created one method that takes the StatusImpl as input and as output for that method. Here is the code for Class1.java
public class Class1 {
public Class1() {
public StatusImpl getstatus (StatusImpl in) {
StatusImpl out;
out = in;
return out;
4. Now, I trying to create a web service for this java class from jedeveloper. I have right clicked this class and went thru the wizard Create J2EE web services.
5. At the end, the web service project got created successfully and I am trying to run this project from jdeveloper. When I run this project, I am getting the following kind of error message in the browser
It looks like when the runtime deployment classes are trying to instantiate the abstract classes instead of the impl class. and for all the complex types they trow that error and the web service could not be even invoked.
What could be the issue? Is the jaxb based web services supported with jdeveloper 10g?
Thanks,
Renga

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