I get this error when I try to load the wsdl: “The value ‘xsd:stringArray’ is an invalid name.”
The documentation says:
"We can also use array type by appending  to the end of a primitive or composite type."
And the primitive types are:
str/string: maps to xsd:string;
int/integer: maps to xsd:int;
float/double: maps to xsd:float;
bool/boolean: maps to xsd:boolean;
date: maps to xsd:date;
time: maps to xsd:time;
datetime: maps to xsd:dateTime;
array: maps to xsd:string;
object: maps to xsd:struct;
mixed: maps to xsd:anyType.
Who says xsd:stringArray would be an invalid name? Unfortunately, there are several ways to encode a soap messages. So, although a wsdl might be valid, a tool using another encoding might refuse to accept it. Ideally, yii should try to achieve WS-I compliance to ensure optimal interoperability. However, I don’t know how much (if any) effort is put into this.