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From TAnnison <tanni...@trisystems.co.uk>
Subject Re: [AXIS2] Anyone using spring with axis2 ?
Date Mon, 26 Nov 2007 08:55:58 GMT

Aha!

>From this info below, I see that I need different handler classes for
different service styles - that's more than I knew before! And it seems as
though such classes are available out there somewhere, perhaps? 

We are currently using
com.workingmouse.webservice.axis.SpringBeanRPCProvider for rpc/encoded
services - I need to find similar classes for all the otherservice styles.
If anyone has some nice reliable pre-written classes, or information on
where to find them, any advice would be greatly appreciated!

Cheers
Tracey


Matthew Hannay wrote:
> 
> 
> As a starting point you need to write a Spring handler
> class ....... Depending on the Type of service you are
> providing RPC/literal, document/literal,
> document/wrapped this class will be different let me
> know what type and I'll send you some example code.
> 
> Also in your WSDD service you need to specify: 
>     * provider="handler" and 
>     * set a paramater for the handler class and
>     * set a parameter for the springBeanClass
> 
> do somthing like
> <service name="PropertyValidation"
>               provider="Handler"
>               style="document"
>               use="wrapped"
>               wsdlFile="/PropertyValidation.wsdl"
>              xmlns:bcccs="myclassname.au">
>         <parameter name="wsdlTargetNamespace"
> value="http://conveyancesearch.brisbane.qld.gov.au"/>
>         <parameter name="wsdlServiceElement"
> value="PropertyValidation"/>
>         <parameter name="handlerClass"
> value="bcc.sde.webservice.handler.SpringBeanDocumentProvider"/>
> <parameter name="springBeanClass"
> value="bcc.sde.webservice.conveyance.IPropertyValidation"/>
> 
> .....
> </service>
> 
> 
> Your custom handler will extend one of the classes in
> org.apache.axis.providers.java package proberably
>     RPCProvider or MsgProvider
> and specify
> 
> private String serviceClassName;
> private String springBeanName;
> 
> the same as the parameters in the WSDD
> 
> Hope this helps as a start 
> matt
> 

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