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How to assign a value of a custom ArrayOfString?

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I am using NetBeans IDE 6.1 and I am creating a Web Service Client using the code autogeneration capabilities of NetBeans I am having a problem assigning a value to an ArrayOfString object. This is the code.

com.ca.unicenterserviceplus.servicedesk.ArrayOfString attributes = null;

How would I assign a value to this object?

Thanks in advance
public static String getUserID(String miRefNum)
  {        try {
             java.lang.Integer sid = 0;
             java.lang.String objectType = "cr";
             java.lang.String whereClause = "";
             java.lang.Integer maxRows = 1;
             com.ca.unicenterserviceplus.servicedesk.ArrayOfString attributes = null;
                com.ca.unicenterserviceplus.servicedesk.USDWebService service = new com.ca.unicenterserviceplus.servicedesk.USDWebService();
   com.ca.unicenterserviceplus.servicedesk.USDWebServiceSoap port = service.getUSDWebServiceSoap();
      // TODO process result here
   java.lang.String result = port.doSelect(sid, objectType, whereClause, maxRows, attributes);
   System.out.println("Result = "+result);
        } catch (Exception ex) {
             ex.printStackTrace();
        }
 
      return "";
  }

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by:wwnosal
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I don't know what it is but I would try calling constructor i.e:
 com.ca.unicenterserviceplus.servicedesk.ArrayOfString attributes = new com.ca.unicenterserviceplus.servicedesk.ArrayOfString (?????);


in place of ??? there might be some parameter.. You would need to look it up in documentation for this class..

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by:Compmind
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I don't know in which documentation to look since this code was generated by NetBeans
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by:wwnosal
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Ok I'll have look in the evening at home since I don't have Netbeans here..
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Ok I think I've managed to do what you've attempted.. Though I must admit that now I understand your confusion wiht that class cause it is initialized in a non-standard way..
ArrayOfString arr = new ArrayOfString();
       arr.getString().add( "xxx");

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by:Compmind
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Thanks! I never would have figured to use getString for assigning values.
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