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6831313: update jaxws in OpenJDK7 to 2.1 plus bug fixes from OpenJDK 6 6672868: Package not included in make/docs/CORE_PKGS.gmk Reviewed-by: darcy
author tbell
date Mon, 20 Apr 2009 15:14:39 -0700
parents 0961a4a21176
children 860b95cc8d1d
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# Message resource file

CodeModelClassFactory.ClassNameCollision = \
	A class/interface with the same name "{0}" is already in use. \
    Use a class customization to resolve this conflict.

CodeModelClassFactory.ClassNameCollision.Source = \
	(Relevant to above error) another "{0}" is generated from here.

    Invalid class name "{0}". Either XJC has failed to derive a class name \
    from XML name, or invalid name is given. Use <jaxb:class> customization \
    to override a name.

CodeModelClassFactory.CaseSensitivityCollision = \
	This error is caused because on Windows you cannot have both "{0}.java" and "{1}.java" \
	in the same directory.

    (Relevant to above error) This confusing error happened most likely because the schema uses a technique called \
    "chameleon schema", which causes a single definition to be loaded multiple times into \
    different namespaces. See for \
    more about this.