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From Dinesh Premalal <>
Subject Re: need help with invoking/tracing sample echo service for axis2c
Date Wed, 23 May 2007 02:54:46 GMT
Bregitte Pracht <> writes:

> I am using the simple http axis2c server,
> axis2_http_server, on linux ppc. I am using a Java
> client to send a soap request to the server. The
> service that is requested is the sample echo service,
> provided with axis2c.
> Based on traces, the server seems to find
> services/echo ok as service=echo, operation=echoString
> when it first launches.
> Based on traces I have added to the server to
> serialize the envelope to the axis2c.log file, the
> envelope seems to arrive ok from the client.
> I have two symptoms that I hope someone can please
> help me with. They are very likely related and one and
> the same issue.
> -1-I have added traces to the echo service (all the
> pertinent functions (create, invoke, etc.), but I
> don't see these appear in the axis2c.log file? Any
> idea why?
Those traces might in echo.log.(Unless you explicitly set axis2c.log
for echo service)
> -2-When the server receives the envelope, function
> axis2_raw_xml_in_out_msg_recv_invoke_business_logic_sync(...)
> in src/core/receivers/raw_xml_in_out_msg_recv.c is
> called. Based on traces, the server realizes that the
> operation requested is echoString. Eventually within
> said function, AXIS2_SVC_SKELETON_INVOKE(...) gets
> called and returns a result_node (which is an
> axiom_node_t struct). This result_node is then used to
> build a response to be sent back. However, it does not
> appear to contain what would be expected and it causes
> the server to segfault. Any idea why? Does this mean
> my echo service is not deployed correctly? I don't see
> any failure logs that would indicate my echo service
> is deployed incorrectly, but obviously something is
> wrong. The trace level is set to 5.
Could you please send some more details, like gdb backtrace. It would
be great if you could create a jira for this issue and attach
whatever details available there.

Dinesh Premalal
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