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From Freeman Fang <freeman.f...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Mapping SOAP/WS-Addressing Actions to Target Operations
Date Fri, 07 Aug 2009 01:38:25 GMT
Hi,

You are still using servicemix-http with servicemix-jsr181?
As servicemix-jsr181 is kinda deprecated, I suggest you use servicemix- 
cxf-se with servicemix-cxf-bc instead(As I said days ago, I don't  
think cxf component can't work with your file component in the flow).
If you still get problem with cxf component, I'd like to see your  
whole testcase.
Thanks
Freeman
On 2009-8-7, at 上午1:19, Brian Taylor wrote:

>
> I finally got this to work by deleting the Load method from the Java  
> class so
> that I would only have the one method Save. This now requires me to  
> only
> provide one operation per class. Am I doing something terribly wrong  
> or is
> everyone else having to do the same thing? If so, this really  
> worries me
> about recommending ServiceMix and Fuse support to large grocery and  
> general
> merchandising chains. Could you imagine the number of services  
> required when
> each service can only have one operation?
>
>
> Brian Taylor wrote:
>>
>> Sorry to bump this again, but I notice on the servicemix page [1]  
>> in the
>> 'Consumer endpoint attributes' blue box that the defaultOperation
>> attribute is set on the JBI exchange if present otherwise it  
>> defaults to
>> the QName of the root xml element. This appears that it assumes we  
>> are
>> always using Wrapped parameters. What if we're using Bare?
>>
>>
>> [1]  http://servicemix.apache.org/servicemix-http.html
>> http://servicemix.apache.org/servicemix-http.html
>>
>
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Freeman Fang
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