Allow specifying Collection type of service operation

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    lijamie
    Member

    Currently, only Set<Object> is allowed when adding an operation to a service. There is no way to change it to List<Object>.

    Am I missing anything or is there a work-around for this problem?

    #317694 Reply

    lijamie
    Member

    Any feedback on this issue?

    #339895 Reply

    ismoore999
    Member

    Hi
    I am getting the same issue. Did you ever find a resolution to this?
    Thanks

    #339953 Reply

    support-swapna
    Moderator

    ismoore999,

    Sorry that you are seeing this issue.

    1. Can you please share the Build ID from Help > About ?
    2. Please give us steps in detail to help us replicate the issue at our end. If you are following any tutorial, please share the link with us.

    #339955 Reply

    ismoore999
    Member

    Hi

    MyEclipse for Spring

    Version: 10.6.0
    Build ID: 10.6.0-20120831

    Create or Edit an operation for a Service.
    Go to the inputs/outputs tab.
    For the inputs, if you select a collection, it is possible by clicking the <?> to specifcy the collection type. For the outputs, it is always has to be a Java set, so for example if I am passing in an ArrayList and I wanted to perform some operation on this, it will have to be returned as a Set.
    It can be edited in code but any changes through the IDE change it back again.
    Thanks

    #339999 Reply

    support-swapna
    Moderator

    ismoore999,

    Thank you for the detailed steps.I have filed an Enhancement Request for the dev team to allow other types for output from the IDE.
    Let us know if you see any other issues.

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