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WebService client generation should display a warning when non-default namespace is entered and WSDL has multi target ns-es
WebService client generation wizard should display a warning when non-default namespace is entered and WSDL contains multiple target namespaces
Generating a WebService Client under the following conditions
1. Using a non-default target namespace is required
2. The WSDL contains multiple target namespaces
3. The target namespaces in the WSDL contain duplicate/similar classnames when grouped in one single target namespace (from user option)
currently fails because of duplicate/similar classnames in the non-default target namespace provided by the user.
Therefore, an extra validation on the Target package field should warn the user for the potential name collisions and failure of the action.
Please note that the command line script returns a non-descriptive errormessage in case the above error occurs.
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