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From Simon Nash <n...@apache.org>
Subject Re: question on Axis2 binding use of J2W helper, building a port from an <intf.wsdl> portType
Date Sun, 02 Mar 2008 21:11:37 GMT
Scott Kurz wrote:
> I think we have another case to deal with in bindings like the Axis2
> binding, which is the case that the user provides a portType on <
> interface.wsdl>
> without a full port.
> 
> So the SCDL would look like:
> 
> <component name="JAXBTestComponent1">
>         <implementation.java ...>
>         <service...>
>             <interface.wsdl interface="http://blah#wsdl.interface(Blah)" />
>             <binding.ws/>
>         ....
> 
> I admit I haven't run this test, but when I look at this code it looks like
> if I find an <interface.wsdl> I'm going to assume
> I don't need to generate a port.
> 
>     public Axis2ServiceBindingProvider(RuntimeComponent component,
>                                        RuntimeComponentService service,
>                                        WebServiceBinding wsBinding,
>                                        ServletHost servletHost,
>                                        MessageFactory messageFactory) {
> 
>         this.wsBinding = wsBinding;
> 
>         InterfaceContract contract = wsBinding.getBindingInterfaceContract
> ();
>         if (contract == null) {
>             contract = service.getInterfaceContract
> ().makeUnidirectional(false);
>             if ((contract instanceof JavaInterfaceContract)) {
>                 contract =
> Java2WSDLHelper.createWSDLInterfaceContract((JavaInterfaceContract)contract,
> requiresSOAP12(wsBinding));
>             }
>             wsBinding.setBindingInterfaceContract(contract);
>         }
> 
> 
> I think that, not only should we still be able to generate a port in this
> case, but we should start from the <intf.wsdl>, not the Java.
> 
> Any thoughts on this before I open a JIRA?
> 
I think the code currently handles this case.  There is code in
Axis2ServiceClient.setServiceAndPort() to take care of this possibility
by generating a service and port if necessary.  This method is called by
Axis2ServiceProvider.createWSDLAxisService().

   Simon


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