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From "Matthew Bailey" <Matthew.Bai...@zionsbancorp.com>
Subject java.lang.NumberFormatException
Date Wed, 01 Aug 2007 19:53:57 GMT
I've used WSDL2Java to generate a client and server using XMLBeana, when
the client calls the service I get the following error on the server
side:
 
Aug 1, 2007 1:36:03 PM org.apache.axis2.transport.http.AxisServlet
doPost
SEVERE: java.lang.NumberFormatException: 
Aug 1, 2007 1:36:03 PM org.apache.axis2.transport.http.AxisServlet
doPost
INFO: org.apache.axis2.AxisFault: Connection aborted by peer
 
And on the client side I recieve a NullPointerException.
 
When I searched the web for a similar problem, I came across the
following which describes this situation very well.
 
http://marc.info/?l=axis-user&m=115965408111474&w=2
<http://marc.info/?l=axis-user&m=115965408111474&w=2> 
 
The call I'm making to the service is very simple
 
<credentials xmlns="">
  <type>CustomerUserId</type>
  <value>user_id</value>
</credentials>
<credentials xmlns="">
  <type>CustomerPassword</type>
  <value>password</value>
</credentials>
 
But credentials type is a restriction based simple type, so I'm
wondering if this is a bug or if I'm doing something wrong.
 
My client code:
 
ImplServiceStub stub =
     new ImplServiceStub
     ("http://host/axis2/services/ImplService");
ValidateRequestDocument reqDoc =
ValidateRequestDocument.Factory.newInstance();
    RequestType requestType = reqDoc.addNewValidateRequest();
 
    Credential credential_CUSTOMER_USER_ID =
requestType.addNewCredentials();
 
credential_CUSTOMER_USER_ID.setType(CredentialType.CUSTOMER_USER_ID);//t
his is an enum class within CredentialType
    credential_CUSTOMER_USER_ID.setValue("user_id");
 
    Credential credential_CUSTOMER_PASSWORD =
requestType.addNewCredentials();
 
credential_CUSTOMER_PASSWORD.setType(CredentialType.CUSTOMER_PASSWORD);/
/this is an enum class within CredentialType
    credential_CUSTOMER_PASSWORD.setValue("password");
 
    // Call the service
    ValidateResponseDocument resDoc = stub.validate(reqDoc);
 
If any one has some pointers I'd apreciate it!
 
Thanks,
 
Matt Bailey
Matthew.Bailey@zionsbancorp.com
 

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