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RE: [celtix] My request is alway forwarded to one operation...


Mindreef's SOAPScope reports a number of issues with the wsdl.
Interesting that Celtix wsdl2java did not catch any of them; IMHO it
should have caught the first two. Also, would be nice if Celtix
wsdl2java had a WS-I BP check option.

1) Schema validation error on node soap:operation: 
'urn:#Login' is not a valid value for 'anyURI'. 

2) WS-I R2209 => A wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION SHOULD bind every
wsdl:part of a wsdl:message in the wsdl:portType to which it refers with
a binding extension element

Part parameter of message LoginFaultMessage used by operation Login of
portType MySOAPPort is not bound in binding MySOAPBinding  

I think this mean that your fault binding are incorrect.

I believe it should be:

                        <fault name="FaultName">
                                <soap:fault name="FaultName"

Instead of:

        <fault name="FaultName" />

3) WS-I R2710 => The operations in a wsdl:binding in a DESCRIPTION MUST
result in operation signatures that are different from one another.
This input operation duplicates the wire signature of another input
As pointed out by Ajay, this is the source of your immediate problem. It
basically means that you can't reuse messages/top-level-schema elements
in operations, especially as inputs.


-----Original Message-----
From: Paibir, Ajay [mailto:ajay.paibir@xxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Friday, July 28, 2006 12:13 PM
To: celtix@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: [celtix] My request is alway forwarded to one operation...

Hi Yugos,

The SOAP Input Message in the doc-lit style for login and logoff
operation would be the same.
<y:MyAccountType xmlns:y="http://new.webservice.namespace";>

So since it is ambiguous it is not possible for the server to determine
if this message is to be dispatched to login or logoff operation.

imo the wsdl2java should have logged a warning or maybe not generate
code for this ambiguous case.

Attached is the wsdl with which the client messages are dispatched to
the proper operations.

-----Original Message-----
From: Yugo Shimada [mailto:yugos@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: 28 July 2006 17:41
To: celtix@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [celtix] My request is alway forwarded to one operation...


I have been testing out Celtix and faced problem about remote invocation

with my WSDL file.

I created simple wsdl file attached in this email. It had two simple 
operations, login and logoff. Each has IN/OUT/FAULT messages. Simply, I 
generated stub/skelton and client/server codes by the wsdl2java command.
command seemed to make a little mistake during generation of the client 
implementation, it's easy to fix it by myself.

I get the client to invoke two operation by  turn after booting up the 
server. However two invocation (call login and logoff) from the client
always forwarded to only login() operation. I'm wondering if my WSDL 
definition is something wrong...

Could you please help me in this regards?

Patience, persistence, truth,

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