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From "Adrian Dick (JIRA)" <axis-c-...@ws.apache.org>
Subject [jira] Assigned: (AXISCPP-903) extra ampersand in serializexxx methods
Date Wed, 22 Feb 2006 10:25:55 GMT
     [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXISCPP-903?page=all ]

Adrian Dick reassigned AXISCPP-903:
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    Assign To: Adrian Dick

> extra ampersand in serializexxx methods
> ---------------------------------------
>
>          Key: AXISCPP-903
>          URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXISCPP-903
>      Project: Axis-C++
>         Type: Bug
>     Versions: 1.6 Alpha
>  Environment: WIN2KSP4 JDK1.5.0_06 MSVC6SP6
>     Reporter: Franz Fehringer
>     Assignee: Adrian Dick
>  Attachments: t_OrgNameSearch.cpp, vakanz.wsdl, vakanz.xsd
>
> Both AxisC 1.5 and the upcoming 1.6 have issues with serializexxx methods in generated
code.
> The point is that all data items are passed as void* (opaque pointers).
> Therefore integer items get an ampersand & applied in front like
> pSZ->serializeAsAttribute( "xsi:nil", 0, (void*)&(xsd_boolean_true), XSD_BOOLEAN);
> But string/char*/AxisChar* items are already pointers themselves, so no ampersand should
be applied:
> pSZ->serializeAsAttribute("MatchType", 0, (void*)(param->MatchType), XSD_NMTOKEN);
> What can now observed with my example is that AxisC 1.5 does it wrong in two places:
> pSZ->serializeAsAttribute("MatchType", 0, (void*)&(param->MatchType), XSD_NMTOKEN);
> pSZ->serializeAsChardata((void*)&(param->t_OrgNameSearch_value), XSD_STRING);
> whereas AxisC 1.6 is right in the first and still wrong in the second case:
> pSZ->serializeAsAttribute("MatchType", 0, (void*)(param->MatchType), XSD_NMTOKEN);
> pSZ->serializeAsChardata((void*)&(param->t_OrgNameSearch_value), XSD_STRING);
> Note that the attached generated sources are from AxisC 1.6.
> AxisC 1.5 has other issues with the code in question (attributes of type XSD_NMTOKEN
are not serialized at all; members of structs already out of scope are accessed), but these
seem to be fixed with AxisC 1.6.

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