Last updated on OCTOBER 25, 2010
Applies to:Oracle Utilities Framework - Version: 2.1.0 to 2.2.0 - Release: 2.1 to 2.2
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When using the WSDL generated for a web-enabled Business Object or Business Service with Axis 1.4
to generate web service client code (proxy code), the resulting response message cannot be
parsed. A SAXException occurs when the message is processed by the Axis framework.
Took the generated WSDL and using axis 1.4, generated a web service client. Created some
test code that used the generated web service proxy code to call the web service. When running the
code, the request and response is in a sniffer (attached as request-response.txt), so the call is being made to XAI and getting serviced; however, when axis tries to deserialize
the response, there is an exception (attached as exception.txt). By comparing the response from a
web-enabled business adapter type service with one of the web-enabled services done through
SchemaEditor, the problem is that the top-level element in a business adapter based
service is not namespace qualified.
-- Steps To Reproduce:
Create a new Java EE web application in Eclipse (I used 3.4.1). Create a new web service client
based on the WSDL for a web-enabled Business Object or Business Service generated by the CC&B
2.2.0 framework. Create a test program that uses the generated proxy code to call the web-enabled
service. When the response is returned, a SAXException will be thrown when parsing the message.
This problem is important since no implementation can use XAI Business Adaptor on FW 2.1.
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