Re: Generated serializer code

From: Doug Kohlert <Doug.Kohlert_at_Sun.COM>
Date: Mon, 31 Oct 2005 09:56:33 -0800

No, they are not deterministic, it depends on the SEI or WSDL being
processed. I believe that you should get
the same names for the same SEI/WSDL. The nsX prefix is retrieved for
each object encountered and this
prefix is simly allocated sequentially and then cached, so if the
objects are encountered in the same order they
should have the same names.

Ryan LeCompte wrote:

> Hello,
> Are the variable names that are used in generated “LiteralSerializer”
> classes non-deterministic? Sometimes I see things like
> “ns3_Device_TYPE_QNAME” and other times “ns4_Device_TYPE_QNAME”. How
> are the “ns1..etc.” chosen?
> Thanks,
> Ryan

 - Doug