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From "Keith Godwin Chapman (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (AXIS2-4492) Parameter shift in REST
Date Wed, 09 Sep 2009 01:51:57 GMT

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Keith Godwin Chapman commented on AXIS2-4492:
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Are you sure you are using Axis2 1.5? 

This bug is related to POJOs handling optional parameters. IIRC this bug was fixed in Axis2
1.5 and hence should have solved this issue. Can you confirm your axis2 version please.

> Parameter shift in REST
> -----------------------
>
>                 Key: AXIS2-4492
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXIS2-4492
>             Project: Axis 2.0 (Axis2)
>          Issue Type: Bug
>    Affects Versions: 1.5
>         Environment: Java 6, Apache 5.5.27
>            Reporter: Kevin L Stewart
>
> I have a problem with the ordering of parameters in REST methods.  I am using a POJO
to create my service.  I added the following test method:
>     public String  testMultiEcho( String  str1, String  str2, String  str3 )
>     {
>         StringBuffer  buff = new StringBuffer( "{" );
>         
>         buff.append( str1 ).append( "," ).append( str2 ).append( "," ).append( str3 ).append(
"}" );
>         
>         return buff.toString();
>     }
> For the URL:
> http://<server>/<path to service>/testMultiEcho?str1=Bob&str2=Bill&str3=Tom
> I get:
> <ns:testMultiEchoResponse>
>    <ns:return>{Bob,Bill,Tom}</ns:return>
> </ns:testMultiEchoResponse>
> This is correct.  And for the URL:
> http://<server>/<path to service>/testMultiEcho?str1=Bob&str2=Bill
> I get:
> <ns:testMultiEchoResponse>
>    <ns:return>{Bob,Bill,null}</ns:return>
> </ns:testMultiEchoResponse>
> This is also correct.  But for URL:
> http://<server>/<path to service>/testMultiEcho?str2=Bill&str3=Tom
> I get:
> <ns:testMultiEchoResponse>
>    <ns:return>{Bill,Tom,null}</ns:return>
> </ns:testMultiEchoResponse>
> This is NOT correct.  It should be:
> <ns:testMultiEchoResponse>
> <ns:return>{null,Bill,Tom}</ns:return>
> </ns:testMultiEchoResponse>
> It seems the parameters are processed in order, not by name.  Is there any correction/work
around for this?
> KevinS

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