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From Willem Jiang <>
Subject Re: how to design a systest framework for SOAP/JMS test suite
Date Tue, 14 Jul 2009 07:43:17 GMT

Since SOAP/JMS test suit could work with the other SOAP/JMS implementation,
 I think we should not just write the test against CXF stack.

We could leverage the spring template and listener to implement the
generation of
the test JMS message, check the response JMS message.

In this way the test just check the JMS SOAP message as pure JMS
message, and
it can run with CXF soap/jms server and CXF soap/jms client.

Thought ?


liucong wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm working on SOAP/JMS test suite
> (
> For each test case, I need to check the JMS message properties. So I
> need to get the outgoing and incoming message of each mep. But I don't
> know how to get the JMS message from the JMS transport.
> If I store the JMS message in the request and responce context, I can
> get the JMS message easily. In the client, I think it is easy for me to
> store the response JMS message. But it is a little hard to store the
> request JMS message. Because I use spring-jms to send the JMS message. I
> don't know exactly what message is sent by the spring-jms.
> So my question is: Is there any way to get the outgoing and incoming JMS
> message easily?
> Thanks a lot.
> liu

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