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From "Ken Ricci (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Created: (AXIS2-2436) Missing ancestor (POJO) properties in SOAP response
Date Thu, 29 Mar 2007 19:09:25 GMT
 Missing ancestor (POJO) properties in SOAP response
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                 Key: AXIS2-2436
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXIS2-2436
             Project: Axis 2.0 (Axis2)
          Issue Type: Bug
    Affects Versions: 1.1.1
         Environment: WinXP. JDK 1.5.10, Tomcat 5.5.16
            Reporter: Ken Ricci


wow..Good Find Ken!
I was able to reproduce the problem by 

introducing a new Base class

public class StockQuoteServiceSkeleton extends Base 
public class Base extends Object implements java.io.Serializable
{
 //the usual Bean no arg constructor
 public Base() { ; }
 
 protected String BaseString="BaseString";
 public String getBaseString() { return BaseString; }
 public void setBaseString(String new_base)
 {
  BaseString = new_base;
    }
}
and then deriving my existing Class from Base called Base
package samples.quickstart.service.adb;
//import samples.quickstart.service.adb.xsd.GetPriceResponse;
//import samples.quickstart.service.adb.xsd.Update;
//import samples.quickstart.service.adb.xsd.GetPrice;
import java.util.HashMap;
import samples.quickstart.service.adb.Base;
 
public class StockQuoteServiceSkeleton extends Base { //implements StockQuoteServiceSkeletonInterface
{
    private HashMap map = new HashMap();
 
//    public void update(Update param0) {
 public void update(String param0) {
        //map.put(param0.getSymbol(), new Double(param0.getPrice()));
        map.put("IBM", 42.0);
    }
 
//    public GetPriceResponse getPrice(GetPrice param1) {
   public String getPrice(String param1) {
        Double price = 42.0; //(Double) map.get(param1.getSymbol());
        double ret = 42;
        if(price != null){
//            ret = price.doubleValue();
        }
//        GetPriceResponse res =
//                new GetPriceResponse();
//        res.set_return(ret);
//        return res;
        return "IBM";
    }
}

I  think Ken is entitiled to the next version for free!
Please post the bug here
POST JIRA here 
http://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/IssueNavigator.jspa?reset=true&mode=hide&pid=10611&sorter/order=DESC&sorter/field=priority&resolution=-1&component=12310180

Thx,
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: ken.ricci@ubs.com 
To: axis-user@ws.apache.org 
Cc: Ken.Ricci@ubs.com 
Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2007 10:50 AM
Subject: [Axis2] Missing ancestor properties in SOAP response


Taking the bottom up approach, exposing WS via POJOs and letting Axis2 generate WSDL on the
fly.   The base properties of the POJO are not returned in SOAP response, the WSDL is exposed
however.

Any help is appreciated.  

As you can see below, the elements in base class, are not in the response: 

<xs:element name="basePriceDate" type="xs:dateTime" /> 
<xs:element name="changeOneDay" type="xs:float" /> 
<xs:element name="changeOneMonth" type="xs:float" /> 
<xs:element name="changeOneWeek" type="xs:float" /> 
<xs:element name="changeThreeMonths" type="xs:float" /> 
<xs:element name="currentPrice" type="xs:float" /> 

               <xs:element name="intrinsicPrice" type="xs:float" /> 



Attached WSDL (snippet of complex type generated): 

<wsdl:types> 

<xs:schema xmlns:ax21="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd" attributeFormDefault="qualified"
elementFormDefault="qualified" targetNamespace="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd">

<xs:element name="CDSIndiceReturns" type="ax21:CDSIndiceReturns" /> 
<xs:complexType name="CDSIndiceReturns"> 

<xs:sequence> 
<xs:element name="basePriceDate" type="xs:dateTime" /> 
<xs:element name="changeOneDay" type="xs:float" /> 
<xs:element name="changeOneMonth" type="xs:float" /> 
<xs:element name="changeOneWeek" type="xs:float" /> 
<xs:element name="changeThreeMonths" type="xs:float" /> 
<xs:element name="currentPrice" type="xs:float" /> 
<xs:element name="intrinsicPrice" type="xs:float" /> 
<xs:element name="indiceSeries" nillable="true" type="xs:string" /> 
<xs:element name="indiceVersion" nillable="true" type="xs:string" /> 
<xs:element name="maturityDate" type="xs:dateTime" /> 
<xs:element name="name" nillable="true" type="xs:string" /> 
<xs:element name="onTheRun" nillable="true" type="xs:string" /> 
<xs:element name="redcode" nillable="true" type="xs:string" /> 
<xs:element name="redcodeIdx" nillable="true" type="xs:string" /> 
<xs:element name="symbol" nillable="true" type="xs:string" /> 
<xs:element name="term" nillable="true" type="xs:string" /> 
</xs:sequence> 
</xs:complexType> 
.... 
</xs:element> 
... 
<xs:element name="getCDSIndiceReturnsResponse"> 
<xs:complexType> 
<xs:sequence> 
<xs:element maxOccurs="unbounded" name="return" nillable="true" type="ns0:CDSIndiceReturns"
/> 
</xs:sequence> 
</xs:complexType> 
</xs:element> 
... 
</xs:schema> 
</wsdl:types> 

SOAP response: 
<soapenv:Envelope xmlns:soapenv="http://schemas.xmlsoaporg/soap/envelope/"> 
   <soapenv:Header/> 
   <soapenv:Body> 
      <ns:getCDSIndiceReturnsResponse xmlns:ns="http://ubs.gcs/xsd"> 
         <ns:return> 
            <indiceSeries xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd"/> 
            <indiceVersion xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd"/> 
            <maturityDate xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd">0001-01-01T00:00:00.202Z</maturityDate>

            <name xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd">DJ CDX NA - IG</name>

            <onTheRun xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd"/> 
            <redcode xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd"/> 
            <redcodeIdx xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd"/> 
            <symbol xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd">CDXNAIG</symbol> 
            <term xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd"/> 
         </ns:return> 
         <ns:return> 
            <indiceSeries xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd"/> 
            <indiceVersion xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd"/> 
            <maturityDate xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd">0001-01-01T00:00:00.202Z</maturityDate>

            <name xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd">DJ CDX NA - XO</name>

            <onTheRun xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd"/> 
            <redcode xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd"/> 
            <redcodeIdx xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd"/> 
            <symbol xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd">CDXNAXO</symbol> 
            <term xmlns="http://types.ws.gcs.ubs.com/xsd"/> 
         </ns:return> 
      </ns:getCDSIndiceReturnsResponse> 
   </soapenv:Body> 
</soapenv:Envelope> 

Java Code (snippet): 

public class BaseReturn implements Serializable { 

        /* Price/Returns data */ 
        protected Calendar basePriceDate = null; 
        protected float currentPrice = 0; 
        protected float intrinsicPrice = 0; 
        protected float changeOneDay = 0; 
        protected float changeOneWeek = 0; 
        protected float changeOneMonth = 0; 
        protected float changeThreeMonths = 0; 
... 

public class CDSIndiceReturns extends BaseReturn implements Serializable { 
        
        private String   symbol = ""; 
        private String   name   = "";  
        private String   term   = ""; 
        private String   indiceSeries  = "";    
        private String   indiceVersion = ""; 
        private Calendar maturityDate = null; 
        private String   onTheRun = ""; 
        private String   redcode = ""; 
        private String   redcodeIdx = ""; 




______________________________________________ 
From:   Ricci, Ken  
Sent:   Wednesday, March 28, 2007 12:55 PM 
To:     axis-user@ws.apache.org 
Cc:     Ricci, Ken 
Subject:        [Axis2] Bean generated WSDL missing ancestor properties in SOAP response 

I have a base bean, ClassA with a few properties.   The ClassA is extended by ClassB for some
additional properties.   The generated WSDL for ClassB is correct.  However, the SOAP response
omits all the elements/values from the ancestor (ClassA)

Is this allowed in Axis2?   I tried to create additional getters methods in ClassB for the
ClassA attributes.   That will give me the correct SOAP response, but double the generate
WSDL elements for the ClassA attributes.   That confuses the WS client.

Help is appreciated. 

Thx, Ken 


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