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From "Craig Tataryn (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (CXF-2614) cxf-common-xsd plugin generated files differ from xjc generated ones
Date Tue, 12 Jan 2010 03:42:54 GMT

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Craig Tataryn updated CXF-2614:
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    Attachment: xsdtest.zip

> cxf-common-xsd plugin generated files differ from xjc generated ones
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CXF-2614
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CXF-2614
>             Project: CXF
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Tooling
>    Affects Versions: 2.2.5
>         Environment: $ mvn --version
> Apache Maven 2.2.1 (r801777; 2009-08-06 14:16:01-0500)
> Java version: 1.6.0
> Java home: D:\Program Files\IBM\RAD75\jdk\jre
> Default locale: en_US, platform encoding: Cp1252
> OS name: "windows xp" version: "5.1 build 2600 service pack 3" arch: "x86" Family: "windows"
>            Reporter: Craig Tataryn
>         Attachments: xsdtest.zip
>
>
> Noticed a problem where *cxf-common-xsd* was spitting out {{.java}} files that didn't
have a {{setContent(String)}} method when their corresponding {{<xsd:element>}} types
had a {{mixed="true"}} attribute.
> I setup a test (which will be attached), ran both xjc from the command line (see {{xjc-output}}
directory in the attached test project) as well as setting up a pom file to run cxf-common-xsd
against the same set of schemas.
> There is a type in {{datatypes-base.xsd}} called {{BIN}} which extends a base type called
{{ANY}}.  {{BIN}} has been marked with {{mixed="true"}} and thus it's {{BIN.java}} class should
have a {{setContent(String)}} method.  When running the xsd through xjc from the command line,
it does indeed generate a {{BIN.java}} file with a {{setContent(String)}} method.
> The definition of BIN is as follows:
> {code:title=datatypes-base.xsd}
> 	<xs:complexType name="BIN" abstract="true" mixed="true">
> 		<xs:annotation>
> 			<xs:documentation>
>             Binary data is a raw block of bits. Binary data is a
>             protected type that MUST not be used outside the data
>             type specification.
>          </xs:documentation>
> 		</xs:annotation>
> 		<xs:complexContent mixed="true">
> 			<xs:extension base="ANY">
> 				<xs:attribute name="representation" type="BinaryDataEncoding" use="optional" default="TXT">
> 					<xs:annotation>
> 						<xs:documentation>
>                      Specifies the representation of the binary data that
>                      is the content of the binary data value.
>                   </xs:documentation>
> 					</xs:annotation>
> 				</xs:attribute>
> 			</xs:extension>
> 		</xs:complexContent>
> 	</xs:complexType>
> {code}
> I ran this command after running {{mvn clean package}} from the base directory of the
test project:
> {{diff xjc-output/org/hl7/v3/BIN.java target/generated/src/main/java/org/hl7/v3/BIN.java
> xcj-vs-plugin.diff}}
> And the diff output is (note "<" are from the xjc file, ">" is from the cxf-common-xsd
generated ones):
> {code}
> 2c2
> < // This file was generated by the JavaTM Architecture for XML Binding(JAXB) Reference
Implementation, vJAXB 2.1.3 in JDK 1.6 
> ---
> > // This file was generated by the JavaTM Architecture for XML Binding(JAXB) Reference
Implementation, vhudson-jaxb-ri-2.1-833 
> 5c5
> < // Generated on: 2010.01.11 at 08:29:22 PM CST 
> ---
> > // Generated on: 2010.01.11 at 08:42:50 PM CST 
> 16d15
> < import javax.xml.bind.annotation.XmlValue;
> 43,45c42
> < @XmlType(name = "BIN", namespace = "urn:hl7-org:v3", propOrder = {
> <     "content"
> < })
> ---
> > @XmlType(name = "BIN")
> 49c46,48
> < public abstract class BIN {
> ---
> > public abstract class BIN
> >     extends ANY
> > {
> 51,52d49
> <     @XmlValue
> <     protected String content;
> 57,88d53
> <      * 
> <      *             Binary data is a raw block of bits. Binary data is a
> <      *             protected type that MUST not be used outside the data
> <      *             type specification.
> <      *          
> <      * 
> <      * @return
> <      *     possible object is
> <      *     {@link String }
> <      *     
> <      */
> <     public String getContent() {
> <         return content;
> <     }
> < 
> <     /**
> <      * 
> <      *             Binary data is a raw block of bits. Binary data is a
> <      *             protected type that MUST not be used outside the data
> <      *             type specification.
> <      *          
> <      * 
> <      * @param value
> <      *     allowed object is
> <      *     {@link String }
> <      *     
> <      */
> <     public void setContent(String value) {
> <         this.content = value;
> <     }
> < 
> <     /**
> {code}
> First thing I noticed is that cxf-common-xsd is using {{vhudson-jaxb-ri-2.1-833}} as
it's jaxb-ri, which is different than my JDK.  Secondly, I noticed that cxf-common-xsd also
correctly extends the ANY type, where my jdk's xjc didn't, but then forgets to respect the
{{mixed="true"}} attribute.
> I'm almost assuming in this instance both implementations are right and wrong, one should
be extending ANY, the other should be including setContent(String)!
> Is there any type of work around?

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