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The jwsc fails to find schema in jar file for xmlbeans due to "WARNING ! could not get WsdlSchema from xsdPath" (Doc ID 1295763.1)

Last updated on APRIL 12, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Weblogic Server - Version: 10.3 and later   [Release: and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

In WebLogic 10.3, when building a webservice using jax-rpc for xmlbeans, the warning messages below are thrown during the build -

[jwsc] <WSEE:1> WARNING ! could not get WsdlSchema from xsdPath 'file_3A_2FS_3A_2FCLAIM_2Fets2_5Fcommon_2FSchemas_2FSchemas/ClaimEntryType.xsd' try qualified xsdPath path 'schemaorg_apache_xmlbeans/src/file_3A_2FS_3A_2FCLAIM_2Fets2_5Fcommon_2FSchemas_2FSchemas/ClaimEntryType.xsd' WARNING ! could not get WsdlSchema from xsdPath 'schemaorg_apache_xmlbeans/src/file_3A_2FS_3A_2FCLAIM_2Fets2_5Fcommon_2FSchemas_2FSchemas/ClaimEntryType.xsd'<XBeanSchemaProcessor.getBeaSchemaDocumentsForXmlBean:285>
[jwsc] <WSEE:1> WARNING ! could not get SchemaDocument for xmlBean 'com.schemas.claims.claimEntry.ClaimEntryType'<XBeanSchemaProcessor.getBeaSchemaDocumentsForXmlBean:293>
[jwsc] [SEVERE] ERROR ! could not add Xml Schema Type for XmlBean named '[com.schemas.claims.claimEntry.ClaimEntryType]'. This is completely unexpected and might be caused by missing *.xsb and *.xsd files in the build environment. The building and running of this Service is likely to FAIL.



The schemas are specified in jar files inside jeans.jar, with ant build script as below -

<target name="build-service">
  <jwsc
    srcdir="src"
    destdir="output/Sample">
    <jws file="test/TestService.java" includeSchemas="./src/test/ClaimEntryType.xsd" />
    <classpath>
      <pathelement path="${classpath}"/>
      <pathelement location="C:\build\beans.jar"/>
    </classpath>
  </jwsc>
</target>

Cause

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