java extends problem

After running wsdl2java against a wsdl file, the java that got generated would not compile. Here is the line that does not compile:

public class Cartitems extends java.lang.Object[] implements {

The syntax errors are:
- Syntax error, insert ">" to complete ReferenceType1
- Syntax error on token ".", < expected

How can I manually fix these syntax errors?
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Should probably be

public class Cartitems extends java.lang.Object implements {

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there is a problem with your wsdl, you need to fix it there
brian-barnettAuthor Commented:
It's not my wsdl. It's a third-party web service I am trying to consume.
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yuk :(
you could try extending ArrayList, but need to know more to give a definitive answer
failinmg that extend Object but you may then need to make other changes to the class
brian-barnettAuthor Commented:
Extended as java.lang.Object and also had to modify the wsdl2java generated classes.
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