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From "Howard Points (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (AXIS2-3416) CLONE -minimize response from RPCMessageReceiver
Date Fri, 21 Dec 2007 15:52:43 GMT

     [ https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXIS2-3416?page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:all-tabpanel
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Howard Points updated AXIS2-3416:
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    Environment: Axis2 1.3  (was: Axis2 1.1 RC2)

I am seeing same behavior using Axis2 1.3, java 1.4, and xmlbeans binding. The original defect(1598)
was marked as resolved, but I could not tell which release it was included in. Was this fix
specifically for adb and not xmlbeans? 

> CLONE -minimize response from RPCMessageReceiver
> ------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: AXIS2-3416
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXIS2-3416
>             Project: Axis 2.0 (Axis2)
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: rpc
>         Environment: Axis2 1.3
>            Reporter: Howard Points
>            Assignee: Deepal Jayasinghe
>
> Is there any way to minimize SOAP response 
> from RPCMessageReceiver ?
> With my sample aar, I can receive this response.
> Each element has namespace definition.
> <ns:sayHelloResponse xmlns:ns="http://ws.aaa.bbb/types">
>   <ns:return>
>     <ret1 xmlns="http://test/xsd">xyz</ret1>
>     <ret2 xmlns="http://test/xsd">123</ret2>
>     <ret3 xmlns="http://test/xsd">99999</ret3>
>     <ret4 xmlns="http://test/xsd">123.456</ret4>
>     <ret5 xmlns="http://test/xsd">4.0</ret5>
>     <ret6 xmlns="http://test/xsd">789</ret6>
>     <ret7 xmlns="http://test/xsd">true</ret7>
>   </ns:return>
>   <ns:return>
>     <ret1 xmlns="http://test/xsd">xyzxyz</ret1>
>     <ret2 xmlns="http://test/xsd">246</ret2>
>     <ret3 xmlns="http://test/xsd">199998</ret3>
>     <ret4 xmlns="http://test/xsd">246.912</ret4>
>     <ret5 xmlns="http://test/xsd">8.0</ret5>
>     <ret6 xmlns="http://test/xsd">789</ret6>
>     <ret7 xmlns="http://test/xsd">true</ret7>
>   </ns:return>
> </ns:sayHelloResponse>
> This response is correct, but little bit heavy.
> I think response like below is enough.
> <ns:sayHelloResponse xmlns:ns="http://ws.aaa.bbb/types" xmlns:ns1="http://test/xsd">
>   <ns:return>
>     <ns1:ret1>xyz</ns1:ret1>
>     <ns1:ret2>123</ns1:ret2>
>     <ns1:ret3>99999</ns1:ret3>
>     <ns1:ret4>123.456</ns1:ret4>
>     <ns1:ret5>4.0</ns1:ret5>
>     <ns1:ret6>789</ns1:ret6>
>     <ns1:ret7>true</ns1:ret7>
>   </ns:return>
>   <ns:return>
>     <ns1:ret1>xyzxyz</ns1:ret1>
>     <ns1:ret2>246</ns1:ret2>
>     <ns1:ret3>199998</ns1:ret3>
>     <ns1:ret4>246.912</ns1:ret4>
>     <ns1:ret5>8.0</ns1:ret5>
>     <ns1:ret6>789</ns1:ret6>
>     <ns1:ret7>true</ns1:ret7>
>   </ns:return>
> </ns:sayHelloResponse>

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