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From "Chamikara Jayalath (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (AXIS2-235) A module should be able to add a response message within the InFlow
Date Fri, 23 Sep 2005 03:12:28 GMT
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Chamikara Jayalath commented on AXIS2-235:

Ya. It obviously can be done with a new message receiver. But only the RMModules knows about
this behaviour. So when engaging the RMModule the user has to go through the operations of
his Service and change the MessageReceivers accordingly. Well, this can also be justified.
He had to do some work before adding the RMModule. He has to read the documentation that comes
with the RMModule and change the MessageReceiver for InOnly operations. But what if another
module want him to apply some other MessageReceiver for these operations.

Thats why I tried to do it without changing the MessageReceiver.

But if there is no other way. Well go for that  :(


> A module should be able to add a response message within the InFlow
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
>          Key: AXIS2-235
>          URL:
>      Project: Apache Axis 2.0 (Axis2)
>         Type: New Feature
>     Reporter: Chamikara Jayalath

> Suppose the user has deployed a Ping Service (with a one-way ping operation) and RM module
is deployed. Only the RMHandlers of the in path get called (since the user has set an InOnly
message receiver). The RM module may want to send an acknowledgement message as response instead
of simply sending 202. So the RMHandlers of the InFlow should be able to set this message
> One way to do this is making AbstractInMessageReceiver more flexible. If a response message
has been set in the OperationContext (by a handler in the InFlow) the AbstractInMessageReceiver
has to work as an InOut message receiver and it should send this message.
> Or is there a better way?

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