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From Ceri Davies <>
Subject Newbie to axis2c - 1.6.0 core dump
Date Tue, 26 Mar 2013 17:55:50 GMT
I'm an experienced programmer, but new to axis2c.  I initially downloaded axis2c 1.7.0 and
got that working but it is intermittent, seems to not work it there is a gap between synchronous
I tried an async keepalive every 25 seconds, which seemed to help a bit, but not enough. 
I then looked around and realized that 1.7.0 is "unstable", so sought out the stable release
1.6.0 and installed that.  I now just change a link so can test with either.

Async messages using axis2_svc_client_send_robust() work.  sync messages using axis2_svc_client_send_receive()
core dump in the axis2c code.  This is code that works (intermittently) with 1.7.0.  I've
played with this for a while, trying xml2 instead of guththila and that core dumps as well.
  I've looked though the examples that come with axis2c 1.6.0 code ,and think I'm doing it
Any ideas?  I'm willing to send my code if needed.  The basic premise for my app (which there
is no example of), is that I do the init once, for the one endpoint,  for both sync or async
operations, and then wait for async and sync requests, and then set up the request for that
operation using either robust_send or send_receive.

Program terminated with signal 11, Segmentation fault.
#0  0x00000030a9878db0 in strlen () from /lib64/
(gdb) where
#0  0x00000030a9878db0 in strlen () from /lib64/
#1  0x00007f7ed0edf009 in guththila_write_start_element_with_namespace (wr=0x16bd430, namespace_uri=0x54415245504f5f5f
<Address 0x54415245504f5f5f out of bounds>, 
    local_name=0x16bbc10 "open", env=0x165e520) at guththila_xml_writer.c:1446
#2  0x00007f7ed1951dcc in guththila_xml_writer_wrapper_write_start_element_with_namespace
(writer=0x16bcf00, env=0x165e520, localname=0x16bbc10 "open", 
    namespace_uri=0x54415245504f5f5f <Address 0x54415245504f5f5f out of bounds>) at
#3  0x00007f7ed1df0499 in axiom_output_write (om_output=0x16c1b70, env=0x0, type=<value
optimized out>, no_of_args=<value optimized out>) at om_output.c:465
#4  0x00007f7ed1deef85 in axiom_element_serialize_start_part (om_element=0x16bbb90, env=0x165e520,
om_output=0x16c1b70, ele_node=<value optimized out>)
    at om_element.c:822
#5  0x00007f7ed1debaab in axiom_node_serialize (om_node=0x16bbb40, env=0x165e520, om_output=0x16c1b70)
at om_node.c:511
#6  0x00007f7ed1738676 in axis2_http_sender_send (sender=0x16bced0, env=0x165e520, msg_ctx=0x16bbf20,
    str_url=0x165e5b0 "http://localhost:7111/oda-fuse/OurayFuseServicePort", soap_action=0x7f7ed1748e6a
"") at http_sender.c:465
#7  0x00007f7ed173780e in axis2_http_transport_sender_write_message (transport_sender=0x1661fe0,
env=0x165e520, msg_ctx=0x16bbf20, epr=0x165e560, out=0x16bc2d0, 
    om_output=0x16c1b70) at http_transport_sender.c:806
#8  0x00007f7ed1736751 in axis2_http_transport_sender_invoke (transport_sender=0x1661fe0,
env=0x165e520, msg_ctx=0x16bbf20) at http_transport_sender.c:309
#9  0x00007f7ed1b7e716 in axis2_engine_send (engine=0x16bc150, env=0x165e520, msg_ctx=0x16bbf20)
at engine.c:176
#10 0x00007f7ed1bafc18 in axis2_op_client_two_way_send (env=0x165e520, msg_ctx=0x16bbf20)
at op_client.c:1171
#11 0x00007f7ed1bae99f in axis2_op_client_execute (op_client=0x16bc6f0, env=0x165e520, block=1)
at op_client.c:508
#12 0x00007f7ed1bb1b04 in axis2_svc_client_send_receive_with_op_qname (svc_client=0x165e7d0,
env=0x165e520, op_qname=0x16bba90, payload=0x16bbb40) at svc_client.c:732
#13 0x00007f7ed1bb1dd1 in axis2_svc_client_send_receive (svc_client=0x165e7d0, env=0x165e520,
payload=0x16bbb40) at svc_client.c:830
#14 0x00000000004072e1 in afs_msg_send_receive (msg=0x7f7ed02a5d20 "/export/Container0/ceri.0",
    outmsg=0x7f7ed02a5ad0 "ms\205", <incomplete sequence \305>, outmsg_len=512, action=0x7f7ed02a5cd0
"open") at afs_msg.c:207
(note: outmsg is not initialized at the time of the call, this is a char string that will
contain the reply...)

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