Hello, I'm hoping I am not the only one pulling my hair out
with this. I did find a forum (not on adobe) which brought this
topic up but figured I would post here to get some feedback.
I had two instance of CF 8 running deployed to my development
and staging environments. I noticed a difference between the WSDL
between the development and staging and realized staging actually
had a more current version of CF on it 8.0.1, where as development
had the original CF 8 release with no patches.
I have a complex data type specified in the WSDL, and on the
new 8.0.1 release it is automagically camel casing it. It is
showing up as type="Helloworld" even though the CFC is named
I decided to do a diff between the 2 environments just to
make sure I wasn't overlooking a code difference, but they are
This led me to googling for a bit trying to find out if there
was a setting in 8.0.1 either in the xml or on the server which
turned this off. I found nothing.
I then thought, oh I can just specify the name and
displayname in the <Cfcomponent> tag... nope, that did not
Adobe, please tell me you did not just decide to upper case
all complex data types in WSDL? Help!