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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 21519] - doc/literal parameters used as service name
Date Mon, 14 Jul 2003 20:10:20 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From d_axis@axonchisel.net  2003-07-14 20:10 -------
This *is* a bug, though it may be with one of the WSDL tools and not in the 
Axis engine itself.  But the info is all here.  Starting with Cory's Math.java 
file, try to generate a WSDL (Java2WSDL) for document/literal style.  Then try 
to generate a client and server (WSDL2Java).  It doesn't even interop with 
itself.  Perhaps if the soap-action header were set properly, then it would, 
but that is not recommended:
from ws-i ( http://www.ws-i.org/Profiles/Basic/2003-06/BasicProfile-1.0-
BdAD.html#refinement35113376 ):

    SOAPAction is purely a hint to processors. 
    All vital information regarding the intent of a 
    message is carried in soap:Envelope.

Part of the problem here is that there is practically no documentation on how 
this (creating a document/literal RPC-ish service in Axis with automatic 
serialization/deserialization) is supposed to work, so developers are stumbling 
along without even really knowing what questions to ask.  If there were some 
examples or a brief tutorial, I'm sure it would clarify a lot.

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