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From "Yampolsky, Robert" <ryamp...@harris.com>
Subject Unable to process ?wsdls - found out why
Date Tue, 24 May 2005 22:10:24 GMT
> I had been unable to get my axiscpp 1.5 installation to process ?wsdl
> URL's.  Apache would always segfault, even though the .../axis/ URL
> produces a web page with links to all the wsdls.  As related below, I
> was able to work around the problem by hard-coding the path to my
> AXISCPP_DEPLOY tree.  But the code in engine/Axis.cpp doesn't work.
> 
> Anyway, some other things I noticed once I got WSDL's to my browser:
> 1) The code that puts out the service list page seems to work from the
> server.wsdd file, not the wsdl's directory.  Since the wsdl display
> code uses a simple fopen to open the wsdl file, and that's
> case-sensitive, some services (e.g. Calculator) where the service name
> and wsdl don't match case don't work.
> 
> 2) My browser (Firefox) displays the wsdl as what looks like a form
> with a bunch of input fields, even though 'View Page Source' shows it
> as nicely-formatted xml.  Firefox displays my trading partner's
> asmx?wsml file as formatted xml directly, and IE displays the
> axis-generated wsdl directly.  Is this a mime-type issue?  I know IE
> tends to guess file types when the mime type is wrong more than
> mozilla-based browsers do.
> 
> ================
> 
> Here's where the problem code is.  Haven't been able to code a real
> fix yet (and have only been able to debug by putting out some HTML and
> returning before the code that segfaults - there must be a better
> way?):
> 
> The segfault occurs in this line in the src/engine/Axis.cpp file:
>                     sServiceName =
> g_pConfig->getAxisConfProperty(AXCONF_AXISHOME);
> 
> If I replace that line with:
>                     sServiceName = "/usr/local/axiscpp_deploy/";
> It works.
> 
> since the AXCONF_AXISHOME property doesn't get set up until
> readConfFile() is done, I also tried coding this:
> 	 if (! g_pConfig->getAxisConfProperty(AXCONF_AXISHOME)) {
>                         g_pConfig->readConfFile();
>             }
>             sServiceName =
> g_pConfig->getAxisConfProperty(AXCONF_AXISHOME);
> 
> It still segfaults on the get AxisConfProperty() call, though the
> readConfFile call returns okay.
> 
> Finally, I tried this instead of hard-coding the 'deploy' directory;
>                     sServiceName = getenv ("AXISCPP_DEPLOY");
> Also segfaults.
> 
> What's up?
> 
> R o b   Y a m p o l s k y
> Harris Corporation
> ryampols@harris.com
> (212) 303 - 4250
> 

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