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From Jack Lund <jack.l...@stagrp.com>
Subject Re: [SPAM] - Re: Problems getting user exceptions to work - Found word(s) check out in the Text body
Date Thu, 30 Mar 2006 14:54:44 GMT
Thanks! I'd love to hear the workaround - I've tried everything I can. 
It looks like the problem is that the server side doesn't really know 
how to serialize the exception, even though it should.

-Jack

Thom Hehl wrote:

> We had EXACTLY the same problem! We just found it and found a 
> work-around, but believe this to be a bug in AXIS that should be 
> fixed. The guy on our team that found it was going to write something 
> up for the list. I'll ask him to step this up a bit as it would be of 
> benefit to you.
>
> Jack Lund wrote:
>
>> Yeah, I can see that that would be easier. Unfortunately, I have no 
>> control over the exceptions being thrown - I just need the 
>> client-side to be able to catch them *as* the exceptions that are 
>> originally thrown. I also am doing dynamic proxying rather than 
>> stubs/skeletons, so it makes it that more complicated.
>>
>> >From the debugging I've been able to do, it looks like the fault 
>> coming across contains the fully-qualified package name of the 
>> exception class, but for some reason on the client side it's not 
>> creating the exception. Since this is an area where there's 
>> practically no documentation, I'm finding myself pretty much randomly 
>> trying different things and seeing if they work.
>>
>> The user's guide is really vague about this subject:
>>
>> "If a method is marked as throwing an Exception that is not an 
>> instance or a subclass of java.rmi.RemoteException, then things are 
>> subtly different. The exception is no longer a SOAP Fault, but 
>> described as a wsdl:fault in the WSDL of the method. According to the 
>> JAX-RPC specification, your subclass of Exception must have accessor 
>> methods to access all the fields in the object to be marshalled /and/ 
>> a constructor that takes as parameters all the same fields (i.e, 
>> arguments of the same name and type). This is a kind of immutable 
>> variant of a normal JavaBean 
>> <http://java.sun.com/products/javabeans>. The fields in the object 
>> must be of the datatypes that can be reliably mapped into WSDL.
>>
>> If your exception meets this specification, then the WSDL describing 
>> the method will describe the exception too, enabling callers to 
>> create stub implementations of the exception, regardless of platform."
>>
>> I was kind of hoping someone else out there would have had some 
>> experience with getting this to work.
>>
>> -Jack
>>
>> Jarmo Doc wrote:
>>
>>> I have an Axis client stub which was generated from WSDL. *All* of 
>>> the client-side user-defined exceptions extend 
>>> org.apache.axis.AxisFault.
>>>
>>> The equivalent exceptions at the server also extend 
>>> org.apache.axis.AxisFault, rather than Exception.
>>>
>>> This is a decidedly dodgy area, imo, especially when it comes to 
>>> interop with non-Axis clients.
>>>
>>>
>>>> From: Jack Lund <jack.lund@stagrp.com>
>>>> Reply-To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
>>>> To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
>>>> Subject: RE: Problems getting user exceptions to work
>>>> Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2006 14:51:47 -0600
>>>>
>>>> Nope, didn't work. Wouldn't think it would - AxisFault isn't a 
>>>> subclass of InvalidDateException.
>>>>
>>>> -Jack
>>>>
>>>> Jarmo Doc wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Try doing this:
>>>>>
>>>>> catch (AxisFault ex)
>>>>> {
>>>>> if (ex instanceof InvalidDateException)
>>>>> {
>>>>> InvalidDateException myex = (InvalidDateException)ex;
>>>>> // deal with myex here
>>>>> }
>>>>> // deal with others here
>>>>> }
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>> From: Jack Lund <jack.lund@stagrp.com>
>>>>>> Reply-To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
>>>>>> To: axis-user@ws.apache.org
>>>>>> Subject: Problems getting user exceptions to work
>>>>>> Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2006 12:21:33 -0600
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Hi. I'm using axis 1.2.1, and I'm trying to get the exceptions 
>>>>>> sent by my service thrown to the client. For instance, my service

>>>>>> can throw an "InvalidDateException" exception, which is a 
>>>>>> subclass of java.lang.Exception, and I want the client code to 
>>>>>> get that exception. What little is said on the axis website about

>>>>>> this implies that it should "just work", but it doesn't seem to -

>>>>>> what I get on the other side is an AxisFault with the message 
>>>>>> string from my exception embedded inside.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Is there something special I have to do, on either side, to get 
>>>>>> this to work?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Thanks.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> -Jack
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
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