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As I mentioned you earlier this is a problem in Axis C++ project.
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kevin glenny wrote
> To calrify my question I am using Axis2 and AXIOM and want to remove
> the OMElement from the SOAPBody . WhaAxis2.xml from the documentation is supposed to be for global
configuration. But it is available outside .AAR file so a user could change
the configuration without repackaging the .AAR file. But thaI did finally get the code in sample02 to work although not with Tomcat
5.5.23. Switching to Tomcat 5.0.28 works for me though (and eliminates
the error below). I 'm sure it 's some kind of library i
Check out policy sample02 in Rampart 1.3. The policy/service.xml files work
I have also gotten it to work for my own wsdl app.
However I am having trouble adding a UsernameToken to the mix.Try 'Calendar '
From soloto@(protected) [mailto soloto@(protected)]
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Subject What Java object fulfills databindProbably not. The point of SOAP (and other XML based protocols) is to be implementation independent. Java serialization is definitely not independent and can cause surprising failures. I work with AxiI am in the need to send back and forth some custom java objects I
created (some have vectors and hash maps in them.)
I used to solve this in the past (using apache 's soap api and xstream)
I am using Eclipse "europa " J2EE version with the Axis2 v1.3 codegen
plugin for my webservices. I 've successfully created and deployed
webservices with these plugins and I am very happy with themWhat sort of Java object fulfills the requirements of
I am trying to set a Time in a WSDL record via a Java class. But I have
not been able to find a Java
I 'm getting errors when I try to use spring inside the AAR. It seems that I
can 't use the <property/ > functionality with spring however I can use
constructor loading. I 'm still just doiHello guys
Does anybody know how I can unsubscribe to this list I already sent a
couple emails to
axis-user-unsubscribe@(protected) but I keep getting this msg thread.
I am using Axis2-1.2 and I am enabling file caching on both the Client and
the Server side using the following
Well this may also shed some light to what I am asking - thanks to Anne
http //searchwebservices.techtarget.com/ateQuestionNResponse/0 289625 sid26_cid494324_tax289201 00.html
Anne Thomas M
And you are saying that Anne because Axis support SOAP RPC Encoding?
Does Axis2 supports SOAP Document/Literal encoding? Does it also support
wrapped document literal ?
Anne Thomas Manes wrote
> IfOk I apologize this is a stupid question ... I may find the answer
quickly but I will ask anyway.
I am writing a data sync application ... I want this web Service to have
three methods Push PHi all
I 'm facing following error when I try to start axis2server.bat from
command prompt. It was working fine till sometime back don 't know what
went wrong. Tried googling but couldn 't get exacHi
Is there a mailing list dedicated to axis2/C?
I recommend you use Synapse rather than Axis2 to create the intermediary.
See http //ws.apache.org/synapse/.
On 9/7/07 Alejandro Calbazana <alejandro@(protected) > wrote
> I have a wI am new to Axis2. I am trying to send a parameter in the URL as a REST
call. However I am unable to figure out why my server-side function does
not get the parameter. I keep on getting null. I have
I 've been out of office the last 2 days and I 've just came. Well for the
problem I have found a way to solve it using Phases in Axis2 (this is
directly related to what you have said abWhich release are you looking for?
This has all releases from Axis 1.0 to Axis 1.4 including release
candidates and actual releases plus src code for most of
Thanks for the url. I visited that site it has only axis1.4.
> http //archive.apache.org/ has the old releases.
> -- dims
> On 9/6/07 Wendy Ba
I was trying to check out the config examples from
(Examples 1 Example 2 Example 3) but couldn 't find those.
I have a web service that is both a service and a client - an
intermediary. The intermediary uses the same schema in its service
definition as that defined in the service definition of its dep
This is a part of my project
A dataype i have defined in a .xsd File
<complexType name "Rating " >
<element name "userId " type "string " > </element >
<element name "customMany thanks for the solution -)
On 9/7/07 Sanka Samaranayke <ssanka@(protected) > wrote
> kevin glenny wrote
> > Hi all
> > I am trying to remove a OMElement from the SOAPBody in my Handler aIt sounds like your WSDL is missing a required <xs import > statement.
If you post the WSDL I 'd be happy to review it for you.
On 8/30/07 Srinivasa K <kusampudi.axis@(protected) > wrote
> HiSome more guidance on this
There are a couple of reasons why you might have to use a wrapper element
1- If you want to send more than one root element in a single SOAP message
2- If you want your s|