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From Thilo Frotscher <thilo.frotsc...@web.de>
Subject Re: Bug? SimpleProvider not usable - Please clarify
Date Thu, 08 Jan 2004 14:15:34 GMT

Will this bug be fixed in Axis 1.2?

Thanks,
Thilo


Thilo Frotscher wrote:

> 
> Glen,
> 
> thank you for your help! But it still does not work...and I
> think this is an important bug,
> 
> 1) You are right, SOAPService can be used on the client as well.
> I found out how. But: if you create a SimpleProvider and add a
> SOAPService using the method deployService, the handlers for this
> service will never be initialized! Try this code:
> 
>   // get default configuration
>   EngineConfigurationFactory f =
>                EngineConfigurationFactoryDefault.newFactory(null);
>   EngineConfiguration defaultConfig = f.getClientEngineConfig();
>   SimpleProvider myConfig = new SimpleProvider(defaultConfig);
> 
>   ClientSecurityHandler myHandler = new ClientSecurityHandler();
> 
>   Chain myRequestChain = new SimpleChain();
>   myRequestChain.addHandler(myHandler);
>   SOAPService s = new SOAPService(myRequestChain, null, null);
>   myConfig.deployService("XYZ", s);
> 
> The init-method of myHandler will never be called unless you
> explicity call it in the client application. But I don't think,
> that this is intended, is it?
> 
> BTW: methods like setResponseHandler, setRequestHandler would be
> nice for SOAPService. Currently these can be set via the constructor
> only.
> 
> 
> 
> 2) Still doesn't work because of the bug in FileProvider I reported
> in my other email from 2003-12-27, please see
> 
> http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=axis-dev&m=107253815025532&w=2
> 
> Before one can use the method you added (setGlobalRequest), one should
> test if there is a global chain already to avoid overwriting it. But 
> calling getGlobalRequest causes a NullPointerException in FileProvider, as
> described in the email from 12-27.
> 
> Example code:
> 
>   EngineConfigurationFactory f =
>         EngineConfigurationFactoryDefault.newFactory(null);
>   EngineConfiguration defaultConfig = f.getClientEngineConfig();
>   SimpleProvider myConfig = new SimpleProvider(defaultConfig);
> 
>   ClientSecurityHandler myHandler = new ClientSecurityHandler();
>   myHandler.init();
> 
>   Chain globalReqChain = (Chain) myConfig.getGlobalRequest();
>   globalReqChain.addHandler(myHandler);
> 
> 
> Generally, I think in all classes like SimpleProvider, FileProvider,
> SOAPService etc. methods like getGlobalRequest, getXXXChain etc.
> should either
> a) not return null but an empty chain if nothing is configured
> b) OR have setXXX methods to set a handler or chain
> 
> 
> Thanks + happy new year!!
> Thilo
> 
> 
> 


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