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From Samisa Abeysinghe <samisa_abeysin...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Fw: Moving external header files
Date Tue, 23 Nov 2004 11:27:44 GMT
+1.

Samisa...

--- Mark Whitlock <mark_whitlock@uk.ibm.com> wrote:

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> 
> Hi,
> I am moving the header files that are common to the client and server to
> include/axis. I have created the copies in include/axis. I will be changing
> the code to include these new versions, and then I will be deleting the old
> versions from include/axis/server. If you update any of these header files,
> please also update the copy in include/axis.
> 
> Please update any private testcases/applications to include the headers in
> include/axis,
> Thanks,
> Mark
> Mark Whitlock
> IBM
> 
> ----- Forwarded by Mark Whitlock/UK/IBM on 23/11/2004 11:06 -----
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> I am fixing AXISCPP-219 "Split client, server common includes" which moves
> all the header files that are common to the client and server into
> include/axis. I would like to agree which headers should be in which
> directories before I start making changes. While I make the changes I would
> like to internalise or delete header files where possible, so users are
> only exposed to those methods/classes that work and are tested. So here is
> my attempt at which header files belong where...
> 
> In include/axis...
> Axis.hpp
> AxisException.hpp
> AxisGenException.hpp
> AxisUserAPI.hpp
> AxisWrapperAPI.hpp
> BasicHandler.hpp
> BasicNode.hpp
> GDefine.hpp
> Handler.hpp
> IAttribute.hpp
> IHandlerSoapSerializer.hpp
> IHandlerSoapDeSerializer.hpp
> IHeaderBlock.hpp
> IMessageData.hpp
> ISoapFault.hpp
> IWrapperSoapDeSerializer.hpp
> IWrapperSoapSerializer.hpp
> SoapEnvVersions.hpp
> TypeMapping.hpp
> WSDDDefines.hpp
> 
> In include/axis/client...
> Call.hpp
> Stub.hpp
> 
> In include/axis/server...
> WrapperClassHandler.hpp
> 
> Deleted...
> - ISoapDeSerializer.hpp - this contains an empty class
> - ISoapSerializer.hpp - this contains an empty class
> - ISoapHeader.hpp - Call::setSoapHeader and
> IHandlerSoapSerializer::setSoapHeader allow applications to pass in an
> ISoapHeader, but ISoapHeader is an abstract class and there's no way for
> the application to create one or get one back from another method. So it
> seems that application cannot use ISoapHeader. so I propose to delete it. A
> SoapHeader contains a list of HeaderBlocks. Applications want to get/set
> HeaderBlocks using IHeaderBlock, rather than getting/setting a SoapHeader
> using ISoapHeader.
> 
> Moved to src - internal only....
> - IParam.hpp contains class IParam and class ComplexObjectHandler. Class
> IParam seems to be redundant and could be removed. Class
> ComplexObjectHandler is not needed externally and could be moved to
> src/common/ComplexObjectHandler.h
> - Packet.hpp could be moved to src/common except for
> AXIS_TRANSPORT_INFORMATION_TYPE which would be moved to GDefine.hpp since
> it is needed by Call.
> 
> Like last time I renamed header files, I will create the new headers,
> leaving the old headers unchanged. Then update the source to include the
> new headers. Then replace the contents of the old headers with a #error.
> Then eventually delete the old headers.
> Comments?
> Mark
> Mark Whitlock
> IBM
> 
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