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From Bozhong Lin <b...@iona.com>
Subject Re: Kit testing issues
Date Thu, 30 Nov 2006 09:42:17 GMT
If adding Apache License headers causes program to break, then we can 
leave the file without license headers and then add readme or note 
somewhere to apply for exemptions. I will take care of the issue.

Regards,
Bo

James Mao wrote:
> Hi,
>>
>>> I found following issues:
>>>
>>> 1. js_provider demo:
>>>        [java] Invoking server through Dispatch interface using 
>>> SOAPMessage
>>>    [java] Response from server: Hi undefined
>>>    [java] Invoking server through Dispatch interface using DOMSource 
>>> in PAYLOAD Mode
>>>    [java] Response from server: Hi Heron
>>>
>>> The first request return "Hi undefined" , not sure it's correct. and 
>>> in server dir, there are three response xml files, but client side 
>>> only have two request xml files.
>>> I'll looking into this, and will port a system tests for this.
> I finally got time to look into the problem, and the problem is the 
> GreetMeDocLiteralReq1.xml has Apache license header, and it's xml 
> comment, that cause the impl.jsx
> can not get the name from (req..ns::requestType)[0];  if we remove the 
> comment from the xml, demo works fine, or if we place the license 
> header at the end of the xml, that works also fine.
>
> I'm not sure it's the bug in Rhino or something else. i'm not an 
> expert on E4X
>
> So my solutions are
> 1. Take Apache license header as Apache license footer, not sure it's 
> OK in Apache process?
> 2. Hard code the response message, not good though.
> 3. Ask  JS experts, take time...
>
> Cheers,
> James.

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