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From "Jacob Danner (JIRA)" <xmlbeans-...@xml.apache.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (XMLBEANS-329) Problems with ADB Client and XMLBeans Service
Date Sat, 05 May 2007 18:52:15 GMT

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Jacob Danner commented on XMLBEANS-329:
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It appears the first difference I notice in the instance you generated in your comment versus
the instance generated from straight xmlbeans code is that the attributes like:
xsi:type="xsd:PrimitiveParameter" 
are missing.
Can you indicate why this might be happening? In xmlbeans code, this is appearing, but it
is not present in the payload you attached.

I'm still curious about how your default package name is getting created. The package name
and the fact that the code gets generated properly using plain xmlbeans leads me to think
that you might not be using the type (axiom vs. xmlbeans) you think you are using.

I've confirmed the same plain xmlbeans code works just fine with with version 2.2 and the
latest svn bits.

I'm not familiar with axis2. Can you tell me how you are generating the types you are using
from this WSDL? Can you also try the code I've attached (with modifications) and let us know
if you are having problems.

> Problems with ADB Client and XMLBeans Service
> ---------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: XMLBEANS-329
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/XMLBEANS-329
>             Project: XMLBeans
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Binding
>    Affects Versions: Version 2.2
>         Environment: Windows XP SP2, Axis 2 1.2, Java 1.6
>            Reporter: Jorge Fernández
>         Attachments: API.wsdl, ClientXmlBeans.java
>
>
> This JIRA is related with the message from the axis-user mailing list "Issue with ADB
and parsing a response message (namespaces)"
> I couldn't reproduce the problem I described in that email but when I fixed that problem
I found another one and this is which I'm reporting.
> First, some introduction.
> In my response message there is an array of  Stages which have one or more Configurations.
Each Configuration has AbstractParameters and PrimitiveParameters (that inherit from Parameter).
Also each Parameter may depend on other so the class Parameter has an array of Parameter called
dependencies.
> My problem happens only if I have ADB at client side and XMLBeans at service side. Any
other combination works perfectly. (I attach the wsdl and client and service for both databindings).
> When my ADB client parses the response message, it enters Stage.Factory.parse method,
then it enters, Configuration.Factory.parse method. Next, AbstractParameter.Factory.parse
method (because the first parameter is abstract) and later it want to parse the dependencies
of this parameter so it enters Parameter.Factory.parse method. Here, there is a PrimitiveParameter
with no dependencies on oher parameters so it enters Signal.Factory.parse method for getting
signal dependencies. It returns ok
> Finally, the problem comes out when after getting SignalDependencies from this PrimitiveParameter,
it gets the Type element which is in the Parameter class and now there is the gain element
that is part of PrimitiveParameter and not of his parent. so it throws an exception because
it didn't expect it.
> Hope this explanation could be useful but if not, the wsdl could be.
> I refer you to JIRA: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXIS2-2578 
> That JIRA is the same as this one. I reported it as an ADB bug but as you can see there,
finally the problem seems to be xmlbeans. You can also find there the files to reproduce the
JIRA.

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