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From Timothy Paul Hanna <>
Subject ASM problems
Date Fri, 03 Feb 2012 22:42:32 GMT
We recently ran into some interesting behavior caused by ASM.

We use the @ResponseWrapper in one of our services to change the name of the Response element
returned by our service.

With ASM 3.3 on the classpath (which is transitive dependency on cxf-rt-frontend-jaxws)  calling
the following

MessageInfo info = (MessageInfo) message.get("org.apache.cxf.service.model.MessageInfo");
String method = info.getName().getLocalPart();

Would ignore the @ResponseWrapper and just return the usual name.  When we excluded ASM from
our classpath it would take into account the @ResponseWrapper annotation.

In digging into this we discovered that with ASM on the classpath the following


would return an ASM generated class, otherwise it was null.

Can anyone explain this behavior?  Also why having ASM on our classpath would ignore the @ResponseWrapper


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