|Thanks Jeff the problem occurs with & w/o tcpmon... I am just using
that to debug.
I have used the image (2kb) with CXF client through tcpmon w/o issues.
I am using the tcpmon that comes with AxiI don 't know the exact answer to your question
but a previous poster ( few days back) hinted at the fact that Apache 's
older tcpmon is not always an effective tool to use to debug an MTOM
service. I Ciao
Quoting Todd Allen <tballen@(protected) >
> This link may help
> http //wso2.org/library/169
This might be outdated. Try this code
Vector results null
String username null
if ((resulThis link may help
At 10 05 AM 11/2/2007 John Doe wrote
>I successfully deployed Axis2+Rampart together and I 'm using simple
>username/password authenticationI 'm kinda discouraged that I didn 't get a response to my question. It 's
hard to support open source tools when the community isn 't there to help.
I hacked at my problem yesterday and here 's the worI have written a simple CXF WebService using MTOM as a proof of concept
for future work.
I have successfully written a CXF WS client however I am now writing an
Axis2 WS client and am having some troHi
I successfully deployed Axis2+Rampart together and I 'm using simple
Service is simple it takes few parameters and it needs to store them in
database along wiHey guys!
I 'm trying to build a webservice which is used by a Flash (Flex)
I 've set up a running service and client but I 've got some
problems with the xml which is returned by the server.If you are using "wrapped " style (which is what happens when you
specify "-uw ") then your output message must return an empty wrapper
element (e.g. "Set_PortalVariableResponse "). This is how it is
Return InvocationResponse.CONTINUE if the header is OK
return InvocationResponse.ABORT if you want Axis to ignore the request.
Throw an Exception if you want the client to receive a SOAP Hi
No you must not change the MustUnderstandChecker.
You must add a handler that will process your custom header. You have two things to do
1/ Write the handler class
The simplest way to do so iI did. I 've tried every combination. I 've tried registering the protocol
(Protocol.register) as a global handler - same error. I then unregistered
the protocol and added it to the service client - samHi
Quoting Massimiliano Masi <massimiliano.masi@(protected) >
> Hi All
> I 'm very frustrated I 'm developing policies for getting a SAML 2 token
> from a WS-Trust STS implemented using Rahas.
Alistair Young wrote
> typo it should be
> Protocol authhttps new Protocol( "https " new
> FedoraProtocolSocketFactory(keystoreLocation keystorePassword
> truststoreLocation truststorePasswyes it 's 1.3. I use it via mvn
<groupId >org.apache.axis2 </groupId >
<artifactId >axis2-kernel </artifactId >
<version >1.3 </version >
mov eax 1
mov ebx 0
> What is the AHi
it 's 1.3 like the axis2 version which i 'm using.
Am Dienstag den 31.10.2000 09 29 -0500 schrieb Martin Gainty
> Hello Andreas-
> which version Rampart are you using?
What is the Axis2 version you are using ? Did you try that with Axis2 1.3 ?
Alistair Young wrote
> is this a bug in Axis2? I followed the instructions at
> http //wso2.org/Hi All
I 'm very frustrated I 'm developing policies for getting a SAML 2 token
from a WS-Trust STS implemented using Rahas.
I 've to put it in the wsse Security. So I created the following policy
If I define void types as complex types then it is generating server skeleton/client stubs properly with out any errors.
but then if you see the method signatures of the methods with void r
There seems to be an extra interface card on the machine that is not
connected. Is there a way in tomcat/axis to force it to use a specific card
Sanka Samaranayke wrote
> Hi Daniel
I added a function to an existing working axis2 web service.
The new function works when I call it directly from my browser
http //appserver2 8080/axis2/services/DataLoaderService/GetPris this a bug in Axis2? I followed the instructions at
"You can provide a virtual protocol name to be used with your new
socket factory as well. In order to do this typo it should be
Protocol authhttps new Protocol( "https " new
truststoreLocation truststorePassword 443)
Protocol.registerPI 'd like to remap https to another "name " e.g. "secure " as I want to
use custom ssl handling with it. I 've done this
Protocol authhttps new Protocol( "secure " new
FedoraProtocolSocketFactory(Wsdl2java creates an object for each complex type in the XSD and we are
serializing one of these complex types. The Java class generated for a
complex type implements Serializable and there are no paI didnt quite get when you said. In my scenario i have generated the binding classes using a wsdl referring some xsds. So i have my top most tag of the xml data as a class generated for me. This has Hi Robert
Thanks for your response. I have made sure there is no other
axis2-spring*jar anywhere in the container. BTW there is no WEB-INF
directory for me as I 'm not running this within a Servlet Thanks for the reply. On the last line you indicated that LoanRequest
is a binding class. The class which I need to parse was generated by
Axis and it only implements Serializable so there is no FacThis is also possible. All that you require is to build an XMLStreamReader and pass it to the parse method from the factory of your top level class. Check my sample code below. I created a stream readAfter playing around a bit more.. I found that the root of the problem
is I cant get wsdl2java working with the StringArray type...
I get the following error..
[exec] at java.lang.reflect.|