Bosun Bello

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Recent posts by Bosun Bello

Are you aware that you responded to a question that was asked 8 years ago?

ramya srei wrote:you could use filters to intercept response after commit to gain back the control

Please follow the link for more info on how to intercept the response using custom response http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/5/tutorial/doc/bnagb.html

7 months ago
If you have checked the docs and there is no specific mention relating to these, I'd think you are OK. Or why don't you use a book that's based on the latest version.
Does the WSDL describe the security header? If so, then doesn't JAX-WS generate the code to pass the security credentials?
3 years ago
Yes. For clean separation of concerns, you usually want to route through your controller/servlet, rather than going directly to another view from one view.
3 years ago
Ok. Good to know. I thought it maybe something related to your environment, because what you had looked okay to me.
3 years ago
What you have looks fine to me. Verify that DCA-web is your application context. Also, how are you testing this, just from the browser, or you are using a rest client for your browser?
3 years ago
From the error stack, it looks like you are not passing an argument (hence null is being passed) to a method that expects one.
5 years ago
You need to add a client-side webservice handler. You may want to read up on that.
5 years ago
Show the wsdl URL and show the code you are trying to use to access it in Java.
5 years ago
In the first case, you are casting, however in the second, you are calling a method on a variable that is null. Hence, the reason for the null pointer. With casting, if what you are casting returns null, your fast will return exactly that.
6 years ago
Once you have the value, you can store it in a scope (session, application, etc) as an attribute. That will make it available to other parts if the application. You may want to read up on these.
6 years ago
JSP
If I understand you correctly, you can use getRequestURI method to get, and possibly save it for later use.
6 years ago
Check your classpath. I suspect you are mixing different spring versions and/or jars from different spring versions.


"java.lang.NoSuchFieldError: APPLICATION_CONTEXT_ID_PREFIX"
6 years ago
You can specify the path as long as you do not have spaces in your path, or use a property file as below.

<property name="wsdl.file" location="C:\path\my.wsdl"/>


<arg value="-uri" />
<arg file="${wsdl.file}"/>

6 years ago
You can try setting a cookie then try to read it back, and see if it's sent as part of the request.
6 years ago