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From Daniel Kulp <dk...@apache.org>
Subject Re: configurability of published soap:address location on jaxws endpoints
Date Tue, 21 Apr 2009 14:41:34 GMT

Both are probably just oversites that were not implemented as part of getting 
publishedEndpointURI working.   Please log JIRA's for them (and patches would 
be nice)    :-)

Dan


On Tue April 21 2009 10:36:19 am Nigel Garner wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I found this thread in the archives and it closely maps an issue that I
> am facing at the minute..
>
> http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/cxf-dev/200803.mbox/browser
>
> The thread led to a change in the code to allow for the inclusion of a
> publishedEndpointUrl configuration parameter in the cxf-servlet.xml.
> This parameter is then used by the WSDLQueryHandler class when building
> the WSDL file to serve.
>
> We are currently developing a number of services using WSDL first
> development with the added complexity that the web services are deployed
> behind a proxy server that rewrites the incoming URL. The environment
> has no DNS so all configuration has to be IP based. The
> publishedEndpointURI property allows me to adjust the endpoint address
> in the published wsdl file at deployment time, however there are two
> other locations where IP addresses are used that I need to update.
>
> The first of these is in the XSD imports inside the WSDL. These are
> showing as the internal network IP and port of the JBoss server instance
> as opposed to the external facing URL. As such no consumers of the
> service can use the published WSDL to generate a client because the
> XSD's can not be retrieved.
>
> The second of these is the 'Available Services' page which lists the
> operations, Endpoint URL and WSDL URL. This page also shows the internal
> network details as opposed to the publishedEndpointURL configuration
> parameter.
>
> I was wondering if this is an issue with my configuration or a
> deliberate decision for the framework?
>
> Thanks in advance for any help that you could offer.
>
> Nigel

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Daniel Kulp
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