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When generating code from wsdl in axis 2, I see all generated request and response types
implementing org.apache.axis2.databinding.ADBBean.
why is it required? can I remove this implementation and proceed?
When doing the same in weblogic, we see only POJO's as request and response types
where as here I see lot of other code being generated due to the interface implementation.
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Question by:gksuresh_ee
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ADBBean is the Serialization bean  which is used by default by Axis2 for giving high performance (marshalling and unmarshalling).

see this image you can change it to use different databinding while generating the stubs.

http://ws.apache.org/axis2/tools/1_2/eclipse/images/wsdl2java-screen31.png

Default is ADB.
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