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JTS and WebServices

roberto.caldas
Hello

I needed to make a webservice that uses the Geometry class. But I'm having problems with the class marshalling, of course, since Geometry has no default constructor.
I think the solution for this is to use @XmlJavaTypeAdapter but I'm not sure. Have anyone faced this problem?

Thank you
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RE: JTS and WebServices

David Zwiers

Hi,

 

We’ve done this using AXIS where we registered a new adapter and leveraged the GML reader/writer in the jtsio packages.

 

David

 


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Hello

I needed to make a webservice that uses the Geometry class. But I'm having problems with the class marshalling, of course, since Geometry has no default constructor.
I think the solution for this is to use @XmlJavaTypeAdapter but I'm not sure. Have anyone faced this problem?

Thank you


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