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From Willem Jiang <>
Subject Re: WSDL Usage for SOAP/JMS specification
Date Tue, 28 Apr 2009 05:16:26 GMT

CXF uses the WSDL4J to parser the WSDL, I think you just need to add the
the SOAP/JMS extension yourself.

I think the override rule is implemented by the CXF ServiceModel[1],
if you configure a interceptor on the bus , you can override it from
service, or from endpoint, etc.

So , you just need to make sure the you set the right information on the



liucong wrote:
> Hi, All, Willem,
> In the past several days, We have discussed the usage of JMS transport,
> MTOM over SOAP/JMS. By debugging the code of CXF and JMS Transport, I
> think I have know the overview of the CXF and JMS Transport.(Except
> Spring configuration).
> I want to learn another eara about WSDL usage for
> In the current JMS implementation, you use the WSDL extension to get the
> WSDL information(Is it right?). In the SOAP/JMS specification, the
> properties about SOAP/JMS can be placed in three places(Binding,
> Serivce, Port). I should get these information.
> There are several methods to finish it.
> 1. I parse the WSDL, and get information what I need. It is not good.
> 2. I use the WSDL extension to get information and SOAP/JMS URI.
> After I get the information from WSDL. What I need to do is to parse
> these information, and to get the right configuration which obey the
> overriding rules specified in the SOAP/JMS spec.
> The orerriding rules is: If a property is specified at multiple levels,
> the most specific setting will take precedence (port first, then
> service, then binding).
> How can I get the WSDL information for SOAP/JMS specification? Are there
> some methods to finish this job or help documentation?
> Are the overriding rules already implementation in WSDL parser? If not,
> I should consider how to implementation the orverriding rules easily.
> Best regards
> Liu

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