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From "Tim Buss (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (AXIS2-2246) Rpc-Literal Client and Server adb codegen create messages that are non WS-I complient
Date Fri, 30 Mar 2007 16:37:25 GMT

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Tim Buss commented on AXIS2-2246:
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I have confirmed the attached case is fixed using the AXIOM SNAPSHOT dated 23rd March 2007.

I have still not managed to get a more complex example to work.  There seem to be a number
of bugs concerning constraints which are getting in my way.  In one case the generated code
is incorrect and anothere I am still trying to characterize. I will submit a separate bug
for those.  Probably they are unrelated but I have not managed to confirm that yet.

> Rpc-Literal Client and Server adb codegen create messages that are non WS-I complient

> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: AXIS2-2246
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXIS2-2246
>             Project: Axis 2.0 (Axis2)
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: adb
>    Affects Versions: 1.1.1
>         Environment: Axis 1.5, Tomcat 5.5, Axis2 1.1.1, Axis2 Eclipse codegen plugin
1.1.1, Eclipse 3.2, WTP 1.5.1, Windows 2003 server
>            Reporter: Tim Buss
>            Priority: Critical
>         Attachments: Axis2RPCLiteralTest.wsdl
>
>
> There appears to be two problems.  The most obvious is that the RPC-literal message sent
by the generated client and accepted by the generated service is incorrect .  The following
message body  is sent for the various test cases I have tried - string, complex type, nested
complex type. 
> <soapenv:Body> 
>     <ns:OperationName> 
>         <ns:PartName> 
> .............content..... 
>         </ns:PartName> 
>     </ns:OperationName> 
> </soapenv:Body> 
> but it should be: 
> <soapenv:Body> 
>     <ns:OperationName> 
>         <PartName> 
> .............content..... 
>         </PartName> 
>     </ns:OperationName> 
> </soapenv:Body> 
> PartName should be a non qualified name.  Axis 1.3 did it this way, and other sources
support this as being the correct form for rpc-literal.  In particualr WS-I Basic 1.0 states:

> "4.7.20 Part Accessors 
> For rpc-literal envelopes, WSDL 1.1 is not clear what namespace, if any, the accessor
elements for parameters and return value are a part of. Different implementations make different
choices, leading to interoperability problems. 
> R2735 An ENVELOPE described with an rpc-literal binding MUST place the part accessor
elements for parameters and return value in no namespace. 
> R2755 The part accessor elements in a MESSAGE described with an rpc-literal binding MUST
have a local name of the same value as the name attribute of the corresponding wsdl:part element.

> Settling on one alternative is crucial to achieving interoperability. The Profile places
the part accessor elements in no namespace as doing so is simple, covers all cases, and does
not lead to logical inconsistency. " 
> http://www.ws-i.org/Profiles/BasicProfile-1.2.html 
> The second problem that I have yet to narrow down is that with a much more complex type,
the generated client sends a message with a body like this where the "part" element is not
present: 
> <soapenv:Body> 
>     <ns:OperationName> 
>  .............content..... 
>      </ns:OperationName> 
> </soapenv:Body> 
> One other difference that may be a factor in this case is that my complex service is
one way. 

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