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From beehive-comm...@incubator.apache.org
Subject [Apache Beehive Wiki] Updated: axis-specific implementation
Date Thu, 09 Sep 2004 18:01:56 GMT
   Date: 2004-09-09T11:01:56
   Editor: JonathanColwell <jcolwell@bea.com>
   Wiki: Apache Beehive Wiki
   Page: axis-specific implementation
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/beehive/axis-specific implementation

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Change Log:

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@@ -1,3 +1,5 @@
+= AXIS WSM =
+
 The components integrating the Jsr181ObjectModel with AXIS are as follows:
 
 AxisHook.java - can create an org.apache.axis.description.ServiceDesc from the object model's
metadata.  This ServiceDesc is used within AXIS to set up a running service as well as to
generate WSDD and WSDL documents.
@@ -7,8 +9,11 @@
 DeploymentDumper.java - a command-line tool for generating a deployment descriptor based
on annotations present in the web service source code.  
 
 
-AXIS imports: The AXIS jars checked into beehive/wsm/lib were created from a CVS checkout
on September 8, 2004.  When axis 1.2 is released, the official released libraries might be
a better option.
+== AXIS imports ==
+The AXIS jars checked into beehive/wsm/lib were created from a CVS checkout on September
8, 2004.  When axis 1.2 is released, the official released libraries might be a better option.
 
-AXIS webapp: A sample webapp is provided that should be ready to just drop into your favorite
servlet container.  When the beehive WSM is built, the webapp appears in the build/dist directory.
 The included index.html will point the user to a the Foo.jws service to demonstrate the behavior
of the AnnotatedJWSHandler.  Scripts (sorry, just .bat files now since cygwin wasn't cooperating
when I tried to whip up equivalent .sh scripts) to run the DeploymentDumper are in the AnnotationBasedDeployment
directory.  These scripts will generated an annotated-server-config.wsdd which can be renamed
to server-config.wsdd to add two additional web services and show the other mode of annotation
support.
+== AXIS webapp ==
+A sample webapp is provided that should be ready to just drop into your favorite servlet
container.  When the beehive WSM is built, the webapp appears in the build/dist directory.
 The included index.html will point the user to a the Foo.jws service to demonstrate the behavior
of the AnnotatedJWSHandler.  Scripts (sorry, just .bat files now since cygwin wasn't cooperating
when I tried to whip up equivalent .sh scripts) to run the DeploymentDumper are in the AnnotationBasedDeployment
directory.  These scripts will generated an annotated-server-config.wsdd which can be renamed
to server-config.wsdd to add two additional web services and show the other mode of annotation
support.
 
-Oustanding Issues:  The two methods of integration with AXIS outlined above are most definitely
works in progress.  Anyone with a solid understanding of the inner workings of AXIS is cordially
invited to comment on, criticize, fix or rearchitect these first drafts.  At the moment, the
parts of the web service successfully customized using the JWS approach such as portType and
serviceName are not working in the DeploymentDumper/WSDD approach while the opposite is true
for the binding name.
+== Oustanding Issues ==
+The two methods of integration with AXIS outlined above are most definitely works in progress.
 Anyone with a solid understanding of the inner workings of AXIS is cordially invited to comment
on, criticize, fix or rearchitect these first drafts.  At the moment, the parts of the web
service successfully customized using the JWS approach such as portType and serviceName are
not working in the DeploymentDumper/WSDD approach while the opposite is true for the binding
name.

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