InDesign Web Service Stub creation fails with variable sessionID is already defined in method error| View in Tracker
Components: Web Services
Found In Build/Fixed In Build: CF11_Final /
Priority/Frequency: Major / All users will encounter
Locale/System: ALL / Win 2012 Server x64
Vote Count: 0
Problem Description: In CFAdmin when you define a web service to a running InDesign server you will receive this error stating that the stubs could not be created due to duplicate variable names. Steps to Reproduce: Install InDesign Server - you can download trial from Adobe. Start InDesign server with -port option to support the Soap interface Define a web service in CF using http://localhost:18600/service?wsdl Change the port to what you used when you started IDS. Check the error log Same result for Axis 1 and Axis 2. Actual Result: You get this in the error log. coldfusion.jsp.CompilationFailedException: Errors reported by Java compiler: /Applications/ColdFusion11/cfusion/stubs/aaa_2/src/localhost/service_wsdl/Service.java:31 : error: variable sessionID is already defined in method endSession com.adobe.ns.indesign.soap.SessionID sessionID,com.adobe.ns.indesign.soap.SessionIDE sessionID) ^ /Applications/ColdFusion11/cfusion/stubs/aaa_2/src/localhost/service_wsdl/Service.java:46 : error: variable sessionID is already defined in method startendSession com.adobe.ns.indesign.soap.SessionID sessionID,com.adobe.ns.indesign.soap.SessionIDE sessionID, ^ /Applications/ColdFusion11/cfusion/stubs/aaa_2/src/localhost/service_wsdl/ServiceStub.jav a:167: error: variable sessionID is already defined in method endSession com.adobe.ns.indesign.soap.SessionID sessionID,com.adobe.ns.indesign.soap.Ses.... Expected Result: Any Workarounds: Same InDesign Server and port works with .Net CF8 did not have this issue. ----------------------------- Additional Watson Details ----------------------------- Watson Bug ID: 4159711 External Customer Info: External Company: External Customer Name: Mike Collins External Customer Email: External Test Config: We have replicated the issue on Windows and MAC. This issue did not occur in CF8.