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From "Fred Preston (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Created: (AXISCPP-417) setTransportProperty( SOAPACTION_HEADER, "name") and service name=".." in WSDD incompatibility
Date Wed, 09 Feb 2005 18:22:11 GMT
setTransportProperty( SOAPACTION_HEADER, "name") and service name=".." in WSDD incompatibility

         Key: AXISCPP-417
     Project: Axis-C++
        Type: Bug
 Environment: n/a
    Reporter: Fred Preston

This is all about handlers.  To use a handler, you have to make sure that the name that it
was given in setTransportPorperty( SOAPACTION_HEADER, "<name>") is the same as the <service
name="<name>"... in the WSDD file.  The problem is that the name that is saved when
using setTransportProperty() is surrounded with quotes, so it becomes "<name>" and not
just <name>.  When in ClientAxisEngine::process (ClientAxisEngine.cpp line 67 onwards),
if the "<name>" does not have a # embedded then the pchService still has the quotes
around it when it is passed to g_pWSDDDeployment->getService() and so can never be found
in the list.  If however, the name was set with a # in setTransportPorperty(), then when in
ClientAxisEngine::process, the name is processed differently and the initial quote is removed
prior to calling g_pWSDDDeployment->getService(), which can then find the service name
and so pService is set correctly.  I would suggest, for consistent behaviour, if the name
does not have a #, the quotes should be removed before calling g_pWSDDDeployment->getService().

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