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From "Manohar (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (AXISCPP-788) AXIS C++ allows to set positive values to XSD_negativeInteger type
Date Thu, 18 Aug 2005 10:55:54 GMT
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Manohar commented on AXISCPP-788:

Hi Samisa,

XSD_negativeInteger and XSD_nonPositiveInteger still have problems.  The following AxisSoapException
is thrown when both positive as well as negative inputs are given for these types.

Exception : AxisSoapException:Received content is faulty NonPositiveInteger value must be
non positive

The existing testscases XSD_negativeIntegerClient and XSD_nonPositiveIntegerClient can be
used to see this problem. 


> AXIS C++ allows to set positive values to XSD_negativeInteger  type
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
>          Key: AXISCPP-788
>          URL:
>      Project: Axis-C++
>         Type: Bug
>     Reporter: Manohar
>     Assignee: Samisa Abeysinghe
>      Fix For: 1.6 Alpha

> Axis C++ allows to set positive values for  XSD_negativeInteger dataype. As per the XML
schema specification, the ·value space· of negativeInteger is the infinite set {...,-2,-1}
 and it's maxInclusive is -1. This means, only negagtive integer values should be allowed
and no positive values. But, I see that positive values can also be set for this datatype.
As per my observation,
> 1. negativeInteger and nonPositiveInteger types accept positive values   ( e.g.  +1 is
accepted and same value is displayed after serialze/deserialized)
> 2. positiveInteger and nonNegativeInteger types accept negative values ( e.g.  -1 is
accepted and 18446744073709551615 value is displayed after 
>      serialze/deserialized)
> I think this is not the correct behaviour. Though these XML datatypes are mapped to different
datatypes of client programming languages (C/C++ in our case), this should not be allowed
while serializing/deserializing in the client product and some exception should be reported
indicating the error. I see the whole purpose of a datatype is lost when  a +ve value is set
for a negativeInteger type and vice versa.
> Testcases written for these types ( XSD_negativeIntegerClient.cpp, XSD_nonPositiveIntegerClient.cpp,
XSD_positiveIntegerClient.cpp and XSD_nonNegativeIntegerClient.cpp)  show this problem. 
> Regards
> Manohar.

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