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From "Shahi, Ashutosh" <>
Subject RE: [Axis2] Changed Call method?
Date Thu, 19 May 2005 11:59:01 GMT
       Looking to confirm what u said,I noticed following code in
InvokeBlocking() method:
        if (isEnvelope) {
            return resEnvelope;
        } else {
            return resEnvelope.getBody().getFirstElement();
And in prepareTheSystem() method:
        if (toSend instanceof SOAPEnvelope) {
            envelope = (SOAPEnvelope) toSend;
            isEnvelope = true;
        } else {
            SOAPFactory omfac = OMAbstractFactory.getSOAP11Factory();
            envelope = omfac.getDefaultEnvelope();
            isEnvelope = false;

This tells we can pass SOAPEnvelope and I think, if we send Envelope
we'll receive envelope, so casting should be safe. So the Envelope
structure u said should not be possible. Am I missing something?

Also, I guess one should be allowed to pass complete envelope, else how
can a user add soap header elements? Also, SAAJ connection classes
require envelopes passing capability, so if this doesn't happen in OM
I'll have to do some extra coding there.


-----Original Message-----
From: Srinath Perera [] 
Sent: Thursday, May 19, 2005 3:30 PM
Subject: Re: [Axis2] Changed Call method?

>             Is it that we have sendReceiveSync() method in
> org.apache.axis.clientapi.Call replaced by: 
> public OMElement invokeBlocking(String axisop, OMElement toSend)? 

> This method takes an additional parameter axisop. What all values can
> take and why has this been added? 
> I see a sample program passing "echo" to it, is there any predefined
> from which these values are taken? 
It is the name of the Operation you want call in the ServiceEndpoint
.. echo is the name of the operation !

> Also, the return type has been changed to OMElement from SOAPEnvelope,
if I
> pass a SOAPEnvelope, can I assume the response will be SOAPEnvelope as
> and typecast safely? 

No the return type is a OMElment .. if u pass SOAPEnvelope it would be

<SOAPEnvelope ...>
    <SOAPEnvelope> ....</SOAPEnvelope>
 that goes on the wire !!


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