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From "Tom Schroedl (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Issue Comment Edited: (CXF-52) Document how to develop a service using the JAX-WS front end
Date Thu, 11 Oct 2007 15:28:50 GMT

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tschroedl edited comment on CXF-52 at 10/11/07 8:27 AM:
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The quoteReporter example here: 

      http://cwiki.apache.org/CXF20DOC/developing-a-service.html

does return a Quote object, which got my interest because it's not a simple primitive. The
WSDL at the bottom of the page (Example 9) has the 'quote' complexType defined. However, when
I try to follow the initial steps according to Example 4 and 5, I get an error when launching
the server (Tomcat):

javax.xml.ws.WebServiceException: Attributes portName, serviceName, and endpointInterface
are not allowed in the @WebService annotation of an SEI.

(In my test code, I made an SEI, apup.facade.wsapi.QuoteFacade, and an SEI implementation,
apup.facade.impl.QuoteFacadeImpl.)

Sooo, I  tried just having only @WebService as the annotation in the SEI and @WebService(endpointInterface="apup.facade.wsapi.QuoteFacade")
in the SEI Impl. This got me further, but when I generate the WSDL via URL,

https://localhost/app/service/cxf/QuoteService?wsdl
which imports
https://localhost/app/service/cxf/QuoteService?wsdl=QuoteService.wsdl

I see the complexType 'quote' is not there. Is there a difference between getting the WSDL
in this way vs. running the java2wsdl generation tool by hand? I would think it should need
to be the same result.

Oh, and here's my Spring config:

<jaxws:endpoint>
   id="quoteServiceEndpoint"
   implementorClass="apup.facade.impl.QuoteFacadeImpl"
   address="/QuoteService"/>

Would be good to have the quote example be Spring-ified and working as part of the samples
that come with the distro.


      was (Author: tschroedl):
    The quoteReporter example here: 

      http://cwiki.apache.org/CXF20DOC/developing-a-service.html

does return a Quote object, which got my interest because it's not a simple primitive. The
WSDL at the bottom of the page (Example 9) has the 'quote' complexType defined. However, when
I try to follow the initial steps according to Example 4 and 5, I get an error when launching
the server (Tomcat):

javax.xml.ws.WebServiceException: Attributes portName, serviceName, and endpointInterface
are not allowed in the @WebService annotation of an SEI.

(In my test code, I made an SEI, apup.facade.wsapi.QuoteFacade, and an SEI implementation,
apup.facade.impl.QuoteFacadeImpl.)

Sooo, I  tried just having only @WebService as the annotation in the SEI and @WebService("endpointInterface="apup.facade.wsapi.QuoteFacade")
in the SEI Impl. This got me further, but when I generate the WSDL via URL,

https://localhost/app/service/cxf/QuoteService?wsdl
which imports
https://localhost/app/service/cxf/QuoteService?wsdl=QuoteService.wsdl

I see the complexType 'quote' is not there. Is there a difference between getting the WSDL
in this way vs. running the java2wsdl generation tool by hand? I would think it should need
to be the same result.

Oh, and here's my Spring config:

<jaxws:endpoint>
   id="quoteServiceEndpoint"
   implementorClass="apup.facade.impl.QuoteFacadeImpl"
   address="/QuoteService"/>

Would be good to have the quote example be Spring-ified and working as part of the samples
that come with the distro.

  
> Document how to develop a service using the JAX-WS front end
> ------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CXF-52
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CXF-52
>             Project: CXF
>          Issue Type: Task
>          Components: JAX-WS Runtime
>    Affects Versions: 2.0-RC
>            Reporter: Eric Johnson
>


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