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From nkunkov <>
Subject Re: Webservice via Load Balancer and IIS redirector - invalid end point....
Date Fri, 16 Mar 2012 14:29:19 GMT
Appreciate your taking time this.  It's very important for us to get this
Unfortunately, when i type the expected endpoint URL - it doesn't work!
When I go directly to the server - it works fine.
When I go via the load balancer - I can't see the WSDL even if I type the
right URL. I get the website cannot display page error.

When I review the logs on the server that hosts the web services i see the
following error:

org.apache.cxf.interceptor.Fault: No such operation:  (HTTP GET PATH_INFO:

Note - going directly to the server (jboss app server) bypassing the
loadbalancer - everything is perfect.

Hope you can spot something here...
Thanks so much again!

On Fri, Mar 16, 2012 at 10:04 AM, Glen Mazza (Talend) [via CXF] <> wrote:

> BTW, regardless of whether or not the services page is showing the wrong
> endpoint URL, when you try to access the correct (expected) endpoint URL
> to get the WSDL (?wsdl), not the one the services page is telling you to
> use, can you see the WSDL from there?  If yes, is the soapaddress field
> (in wsdl:service/wsdl:port) correct?
> The fact that the services page is incorrect is a bug that can be duly
> recorded with a JIRA but many ask on this list how to turn off the
> services page ("hide-service-list-page" option) to prevent people from
> seeing the full list of WSDLs available (say, if a particular user is
> only allowed to access a subset of the endpoints).  The services page is
> a nice-to-have feature but not a JAX-WS requirement and shouldn't be a
> show-stopper for your work.
> Your fastest solution is to go ahead and debug the server:
> and
> supply us a patch.  Somewhere our parsing algorithm is on the fritz,
> that or the information it is getting from the "Apache load balancer"
> (I'm not sure which product you're referring to, Googling is suggesting
> both Tomcat and Apache server have them) is not supplying CXF the full
> path information.  If you haven't the time, to just submit a JIRA with
> the simplest setup necessary to replicate the problem.
> Glen
> On 03/16/2012 09:27 AM, nkunkov wrote:
> > Glen,
> >
> > We renamed the server.  Still the same problem.
> > The URL gets  cut off after first 7 characters:
> >
> > Endpoint address: http://istesta/GetSearchResult
> >
> > Again it's istesta instead of istestapp/myapp...
> > Is there anything else we can do?  This will completely stall our
> > implementation on multiple client environments....
> >
> > By the way when we configure IIS to redirect to the same URL -
> everything is
> > fine.
> > But when it's apache load balancer - the endpoing is invalid.
> >
> > Thanks so much for your help.
> >
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