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From Santhosh T R <Santhosh.Re...@ibsplc.com>
Subject Fw: BPEL process is not returning the expected result to the client JSP
Date Mon, 03 Aug 2009 05:10:04 GMT
Dear Mike/ All,

I'm still facing the issue with BPEL and JSP client, and I'm unable to 
find a way-out from this issue. I'm not sure where I went wrong. Looking 
for ward for your suggestions.

Best Regards,
Santhosh 

----- Forwarded by Santhosh T R/IBS on 08/03/2009 09:32 AM -----

From:
Santhosh T R <Santhosh.Retna@ibsplc.com>
To:
user@tuscany.apache.org, dev@tuscany.apache.org
Date:
07/30/2009 08:41 AM
Subject:
Re: BPEL process is not returning the expected result to the client JSP



Dear Mike/All, 

I'm using the Tuscany1.5 runtime to build the POC 

Please find the necessary fils attached with this mail 




The problem which i described is still existing, looking forward for your 
help. 

Best Regards, 
Santhosh 


From: 
Mike Edwards <mike.edwards.inglenook@gmail.com> 
To: 
user@tuscany.apache.org 
Date: 
07/29/2009 08:28 PM 
Subject: 
Re: BPEL process is not returning the expected result to the client JSP




Santhosh,

Which version of Tuscany are you running?

We shall also need to see the WSDL which applies to the BPEL service 
interface that you are invoking 
here...


Yours,  Mike.

Santhosh T R wrote:
> Hi All,
> 
> I'm trying to build a POC with Tuscany with its BPEL capabilities, now 
> I'm stuck at problem where I'm not getting expected result in my JSP 
> client, but I can see the response in my tomcat console.
> 
> 
> *Response Printed on the console*
> ============================
>  >>>Invocation status:RESPONSE
>  >>>Response:
> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
> <message><processResponse><processResponse 
> xmlns="http://com.company.app.types 
> <http://com.company.app.types/>"><return 
> xmlns:ns2="http://cmpx.component.dta.app.company.com/" 
> xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" 
> xsi:type="travelRequestVO"><name 
> 
xmlns="">invoke-bpel-engine</name></return></processResponse></processResponse></message>


> 
>  >>>Response:
> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
> <message><processResponse><processResponse 
> xmlns="http://com.company.app.types 
> <http://com.company.app.types/>"><return 
> xmlns:ns2="http://cmpx.component.dta.app.company.com/" 
> xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" 
> xsi:type="travelRequestVO"><name 
> 
xmlns="">invoke-bpel-engine</name></return></processResponse></processResponse></message>


> 
> 
> In this I can see the attribute <name> in the response message has no 
> name space *[<name xmlns="">invoke-bpel-engine</name>]*, is this the 
> reason behind this issue ?
> 
> 
> *Type Definitions - XML Schema used*
> ============================================
> *Please find the attachment [app_types.xsd]  *
> 
> 
> 
> *Client JSP *
> ==========
> <%@ page contentType=/"text/html;charset=UTF-8"/ language=/"java"/ %>
> <%@ taglib uri=/"//http://www.osoa.org/sca/sca_jsp.tld//"/ 
> prefix=/"sca"/ %>
> <%@page import=/"com.company.app.dta.message.TravelRequestVO"/%>
> 
> <sca:reference name=/"DtaManagerComponent"/ 
> type=/"com.company.app.dta.process.DTAProcessManagerService"/ />
> <%= "Trying to invoke the BPEL process !!"%>
> <%
>     TravelRequestVO tVO =  *new* TravelRequestVO();
>         tVO.setName("invoke-bpel-engine");
>         out.write(DtaManagerComponent.process(tVO)+"");
>         out.write(" "+DtaManagerComponent.process(tVO).getName());
>         out.write("<hr>");
> %>
> 
> In JSP, out.write(DtaManagerComponent.process(tVO)+""); is printing an 
> Object of TravelVO [*com.company.app.dta.message.TravelRequestVO@e19158* 
]
> But when we try to print *out.write(**" 
> "**+DtaManagerComponent.process(tVO).getName());,* it is printing 
null*.*
> 
> 
> We are trying our level best to debug this issue, mean time looking 
> forward your guidance find a way out.During the debugging, we feel that 
> the problem occurs during the Node2JAXB transform process. Please find 
> the debug stack attached.
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Best Regards,






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