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Luciano A. Pozzo

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No Jose... We got used with this model.
9 years ago
Hi Dan,

Actually I don't want 'import' the xsd. This is the default behavior. I want that JAX-WS put all the content of the xsd inside of the wsdl.

tk's
9 years ago
Hi,

I am using JAX-WS in a Weblogic 11 container to create a service, everything work's fine, but I want to 'remove' the xsd:import and include the entire xsd inside the wsdl. It is possible? And how may I do it?

The xsd import:




The Webservice:




Tk's
9 years ago

sudipto shekhar wrote:Debug flags might help you with this!

Please google...



If I had found something interesting on google, would not have posted in the forum

Anyway, we're trying to define an attribute in the SOAP message header, to have this traceability.

tks
9 years ago
Hi all,

I work in a company that has four versions of Weblogic running (8, 9, 10 and 11). And we hang all our webservices in a Weblogic ESB. The question is, there is any way to intercept all Web Services call? Because I want to identify who made the call, to create a dependency graph?

tks
9 years ago
Hi all,

There is a way to define maxOccur and minOccur using a JAXB annotation? I tried @XmlElement, but without success.

Thank's
9 years ago
Hi Ivan,

I realize that the xsd url is in the WSDL, so I will try to do a dynamic validation, with a LogicalHandler.

And about the "choice", I solved the problem with:



tks
9 years ago
Hi all,

Today I am using XMLBeans, but we are interested to move to JAXB. But I don't know if I can do everything that we do with XMLBeans. For example, how can I use "choice" in JAXB, or validate the "in parameters" automatically before the webservice method execute. Somebody had some similar experience with both? What is better?

Thanks
9 years ago
Thank's Jim and Ivan!
10 years ago
Hi all,

In some cases I need to add a field in a complex type of return. The problem is that the service is used by many systems, and in some cases I do not know them until they give error. What is the best way to avoid this problem? For example, everything to continue operating without new information, without generating errors?

I am using Axis.

Tks
10 years ago
Some times we reach the limit of the code performance. Maybe you will need another machine for processing the messages(a cluster).

Or you can post your code for us, and give more details about your requirements and architeture.
The hash will be computed for every object added in the set.
10 years ago
Well, I've worked in several places, and so far all have proposed to pay the certifications completed successfully, as an incentive. So, I never "lose money".
I guess that now I understood. This resource may help you:

http://java.sun.com/blueprints/corej2eepatterns/Patterns/BusinessDelegate.html


Look how the ResourceDelegate interacts with the ResourceSession.

But, in my opinion, the business delegate is an obsolete pattern, it's better use dependency injection instead of business delegate/service locator, and store the session bean in the httpsession.
I believe that just the references to remote business services can be cached. So, you do not need do the lookup every time that you need it.

About the cache of the user data, you set it in your stateful, and bind the stateful reference in your http session.