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WSDL has "soap11-enc:Array" cannot use in Netbeans 6.0???

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Hello,
I am using Netbeans to create a web service client, an error has occurred

"Web service can not be created by JAXWS:wsimport utility.
 Reason: undefined simple or complex type 'soap11-enc:Array'
 
How can I use this wsdl (web service) in my Netbeans project

Is it useful if I use wscompile to generate a web service client?

In fact, I have generated, how can I use it in my project?

Please help,  Urgent Urgent
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I think the WSDL is in RPC encoded, if it is then you can't use JAX-WS to get it working.further details check

http://forums.java.net/jive/thread.jspa?threadID=24890

If the WSDL is in RPC style then I suggest you to use axis or axis 2 for generating the client.
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