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From Roshan Weerasuriya <ros...@opensource.lk>
Subject Re: AttachmentHelper breaks Windows and AIX
Date Mon, 31 Jan 2005 06:14:27 GMT
hi All,

If the attachment support works on windows and linux, and if there is a
sample as well, and if it is tested, then I would like to see it with
1.5. If we have a feature it is a good idea to provide it to the
clients.

+1 for supporting Attachments with 1.5 release.

Roshan

On Mon, 2005-01-31 at 12:10, Rangika Mendis wrote:
>   Hi Samisa,
> 
>   If there are no issues supporting ws-attachments for 1.5 then this can be
> shipped with 1.5.
> 
>   Regards,
>   Rangika
> 
> 
> 
>   ----- Original Message -----
>   From: "Samisa Abeysinghe" <samisa.abeysinghe@gmail.com>
>   To: "Apache AXIS C Developers List" <axis-c-dev@ws.apache.org>
>   Sent: Monday, January 31, 2005 11:49 AM
>   Subject: Re: AttachmentHelper breaks Windows and AIX
> 
> 
>   > Hi Rangika,
>   >      Please help me get this right.
>   >      What you are saying is that all the implementations are in CVS,
>   > but attachments would not ship with 1.5. Am I correct?
>   >
>   > Regards,
>   > Samisa...
>   >
>   >
>   > On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 11:14:26 +0600, Rangika Mendis
>   > <rangika@opensource.lk> wrote:
>   > >
>   > >  Hi all,
>   > >
>   > >  Ws-attachments are working on windows & Linux. We tested with the
> latest
>   > > checkout & it worked.
>   > >  We have commited all the stuff (code, samples etc) to the CVS. (But
> we
>   > > have just commented the places where it invokes attachment related
> methods
>   > > in the CVS.)
>   > >
>   > >  Regards,
>   > >  Nithya & Rangika
>   > >
>   > >  ----- Original Message -----
>   > >  From: "Rangika Mendis" <rangika@opensource.lk>
>   > >  To: "Apache AXIS C Developers List" <axis-c-dev@ws.apache.org>
>   > >  Sent: Friday, January 28, 2005 5:25 PM
>   > >  Subject: Re: AttachmentHelper breaks Windows and AIX
>   > >
>   > >  >   Hi Roshan,
>   > >  >
>   > >  >   Thanx for the solution...... it works in windows.
>   > >  >
>   > >  >   So sorry for the late reply.
>   > >  >
>   > >  >   Regards,
>   > >  >   Rangika
>   > >  >   ----- Original Message -----
>   > >  >   From: "Roshan Weerasuriya" <roshan@opensource.lk>
>   > >  >   To: "Apache AXIS C Developers List" <axis-c-dev@ws.apache.org>
>   > >  >   Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2005 3:07 PM
>   > >  >   Subject: Re: AttachmentHelper breaks Windows and AIX
>   > >  >
>   > >  >
>   > >  >   > hi All,
>   > >  >   >
>   > >  >   > The following hack will make the code work. If you add this
in
> the
>   > >  >   > AttachmentHelper.h then it builds fine.
>   > >  >   >
>   > >  >   > //-----add this code to AttachmentHelper.h-----
>   > >  >   > #ifdef strtoul
>   > >  >   > #undef strtoul
>   > >  >   > #endif
>   > >  >   > #define strtoul strtoul
>   > >  >   > //-----end add this code to AttachmentHelper.h-----
>   > >  >   >
>   > >  >   > But I doubt whether using this hack is OK simple because apache
>   > > doesn't
>   > >  >   > like this "strtoul" function. What we do is going against
> apache.
>   > > But
>   > >  >   > there is no other solution as I see when you look at the
> following
>   > >  >   > summary.
>   > >  >   >
>   > >  >   > Summary:
>   > >  >   > Rangika or Nithya is not using this "strtoul" function at all
> in any
>   > > of
>   > >  >   > the files including AttachmentHelper.h. It is that when VC++
6
>   > > buids,
>   > >  >   > one of its files which is "program files\microsoft visual
>   > >  >   > studio\vc98\include\xlocnum" is the which is using this
> function, so
>   > > it
>   > >  >   > is totaly out of our control.
>   > >  >   >
>   > >  >   > I tried to define strtol instead of strtoul but it didn't
> compile in
>   > >  >   > windows/VC++
>   > >  >   >
>   > >  >   > //-----add this code to AttachmentHelper.h but doesn't
> build-----
>   > >  >   > #ifdef strtoul
>   > >  >   > #undef strtoul
>   > >  >   > #endif
>   > >  >   > #define strtoul strtol
>   > >  >   > //-----end add this code to AttachmentHelper.h-----
>   > >  >   >
>   > >  >   > Roshan
>   > >  >   >
>   > >  >   >
>   > >  >   > On Tue, 2005-01-25 at 10:35, Roshan Weerasuriya wrote:
>   > >  >   > > hi All,
>   > >  >   > >
>   > >  >   > > I checked the same in Linux. The linux apache version
> (apache2)
>   > > also
>   > >  > has
>   > >  >   > > the same entry in its httpd.h include file. But in linux
the
>   > > module
>   > >  >   > > builds fine.
>   > >  >   > >
>   > >  >   > > I think when you build the "Axis C++ Apache2 module" in
> windows,
>   > > VC++
>   > >  > 6
>   > >  >   > > uses the following file in the compilation process:
>   > >  >   > > "program files\microsoft visual studio\vc98\include\xlocnum"
>   > >  >   > >
>   > >  >   > > This file has funcation calls to the "strtoul" function
which
>   > > Apache
>   > >  >   > > doesn't like for some reason (as Apache says it is not
a
> portable
>   > >  >   > > function)
>   > >  >   > >
>   > >  >   > > But probably in linux there are no function calls to
> "strtoul" so
>   > > it
>   > >  >   > > builds fine in linux.
>   > >  >   > >
>   > >  >   > > Any ideas abt solving this problem???
>   > >  >   > >
>   > >  >   > > Roshan
>   > >  >   > >
>   > >  >   > > On Tue, 2005-01-25 at 10:28, Roshan Weerasuriya wrote:
>   > >  >   > > > hi All,
>   > >  >   > > >
>   > >  >   > > > When I investigated this problem I found the following.
In
> the
>   > >  >   > > > apache2_0\httpd.h include file the following is there:
>   > >  >   > > >
>   > >  > //-----from apache2_0\httpd.h ------
>   > >  >   > > > ..
>   > >  >   > > > ....
>   > >  >   > > > /** strtoul does not exist on sunos4. */
>   > >  >   > > > #ifdef strtoul
>   > >  >   > > > #undef strtoul
>   > >  >   > > > #endif
>   > >  >   > > > #define strtoul
>   > >  > strtoul_is_not_a_portable_function_use_strtol_instead
>   > >  >   > > > ...
>   > >  >   > > > ......
>   > >  >   > > > //-----end from apache2_0\httpd.h ------
>   > >  >   > > >
>   > >  >   > > > This causes this compile error in windows. I just
commented
>   > > above
>   > >  > from
>   > >  >   > > > the httpd.h file and then the Axis C++ Apache2 module
> started to
>   > >  > compile
>   > >  >   > > > fine. But this is not the soulution since we can't
comment
>   > > Apache's
>   > >  >   > > > httpd.h file entries.
>   > >  >   > > >
>   > >  >   > > > Any idea???
>   > >  >   > > >
>   > >  >   > > > Roshan
>   > >  >   > > >
>   > >  >   > > >
>   > >  >   > > > On Tue, 2005-01-25 at 10:07, Rangika Mendis wrote:
>   > >  >   > > > >         Hi John,
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  >   > > > >         When I tried to compile the Apache2Transport
with
>   > >  >   > > > >         AttachmentHelper class included I also
got the
> linking
>   > >  > errors
>   > >  >   > > > >         that you  mentioned. Then I renamed strtoul
with
>   > > strtol in
>   > >  > the
>   > >  >   > > > >         xlocnum file. That solved the compilation
> problems.
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  >   > > > >         We tested all the classes related to
> ws-attachments in
>   > >  > windows
>   > >  >   > > > >         before committing and it worked.
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  >   > > > >         Well I guess we'll have to test again.
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  >   > > > >         Regards,
>   > >  >   > > > >         Rangika
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  >   > > > >         ----- Original Message -----
>   > >  >   > > > >                 From: John Hawkins
>   > >  >   > > > >                 To: axis-c-dev@ws.apache.org
>   > >  >   > > > >                 Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2005
2:55 AM
>   > >  >   > > > >                 Subject: AttachmentHelper breaks
Windows
> and
>   > > AIX
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  >   > > > >                 Hi Folks,
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  >   > > > >                 Attachments appear to have broken
the
> builds
>   > > again
>   > >  > I'm
>   > >  >   > > > >                 afraid. It broke on Windows and
AIX. It
>   > > appears,
>   > >  > after
>   > >  >   > > > >                 some investigation, that AttachmentHelper
> is
>   > > the
>   > >  >   > > > >                 offending class. It appears to
compile
> fine on
>   > >  > Linux
>   > >  >   > > > >                 but not on the other platforms.
The
> errors
>   > > below
>   > >  > are
>   > >  >   > > > >                 what we see in the ANT (windows)
build.
>   > > Perhaps
>   > >  > this
>   > >  >   > > > >                 is an ANT build issue only? The
issues on
> AIX
>   > > are
>   > >  >   > > > >                 similar.
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  >   > > > >                 We've been struggling to fix
this and we
>   > > really
>   > >  > need a
>   > >  >   > > > >                 stable build. So I'm sorry but
the best
> that I
>   > >  > could
>   > >  >   > > > >                 do was remove the offending Objects
from
> CVS
>   > > until
>   > >  > we
>   > >  >   > > > >                 can discuss it on the mailing
list. If
> this is
>   > > an
>   > >  > ANT
>   > >  >   > > > >                 build issue only when please
could you
> explain
>   > >  > what
>   > >  >   > > > >                 the scripts need to include/exclude
and
> we'll
>   > > be
>   > >  > happy
>   > >  >   > > > >                 to fix it.
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  >   > > > >                 compileApache20Module:
>   > >  >   > > > >                     [copy] Copying 102 files
to
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > > F:\build\nw00_PA\src\ws-axis\c\include\apache2_0
>   > >  >   > > > >                 Suspicious library name starting
with
> "lib":
>   > >  > libapr
>   > >  >   > > > >                 Suspicious library name starting
with
> "lib":
>   > >  > libhttpd
>   > >  >   > > > >                       [cc] 3 total files to be
compiled.
>   > >  >   > > > >                       [cc] Apache2Transport.cpp
>   > >  >   > > > >                       [cc]
> D:\msdev6\VC98\INCLUDE\xlocnum(155)
>   > > :
>   > >  > error
>   > >  >   > > > >                 C2065:
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  > 'strtoul_is_not_a_portable_function_use_strtol_instead' :
> undeclared
>   > >  > identifier
>   > >  >   > > > >                       [cc]
>   > >  > D:\msdev6\VC98\INCLUDE\xlocnum(144)
>   > >  >   > > > >                 : while compiling class-template
member
>   > > function
>   > >  >   > > > >                 'class
> std::istreambuf_iterator<char,struct
>   > >  >   > > > >                 std::char_traits<char>
> __thiscall
>   > >  >   > > > >                 std::num_get<char,class
>   > >  >   > > > >                 std::istreambuf_iterator<char,struct
>   > >  >   > > > >                 std::char_traits<char>
> >::do_get(class
>   > >  >   > > > >                 std::istreambuf_iterator<char,struct
>   > >  >   > > > >                 std::char_traits<char>
>,class
>   > >  >   > > > >                 std::istreambuf_iterator<char,struct
>   > >  >   > > > >                 std::char_traits<char>
>,class
> std::ios_base
>   > > &,int
>   > >  >   > > > >                 &,bool &) const'
>   > >  >   > > > >                       [cc] mod_axis2.cpp
>   > >  >   > > > >                       [cc]
> D:\msdev6\VC98\INCLUDE\xlocnum(155)
>   > > :
>   > >  > error
>   > >  >   > > > >                 C2065:
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  > 'strtoul_is_not_a_portable_function_use_strtol_instead' :
> undeclared
>   > >  > identifier
>   > >  >   > > > >                       [cc]
>   > >  > D:\msdev6\VC98\INCLUDE\xlocnum(144)
>   > >  >   > > > >                 : while compiling class-template
member
>   > > function
>   > >  >   > > > >                 'class
> std::istreambuf_iterator<char,struct
>   > >  >   > > > >                 std::char_traits<char>
> __thiscall
>   > >  >   > > > >                 std::num_get<char,class
>   > >  >   > > > >                 std::istreambuf_iterator<char,struct
>   > >  >   > > > >                 std::char_traits<char>
> >::do_get(class
>   > >  >   > > > >                 std::istreambuf_iterator<char,struct
>   > >  >   > > > >                 std::char_traits<char>
>,class
>   > >  >   > > > >                 std::istreambuf_iterator<char,struct
>   > >  >   > > > >                 std::char_traits<char>
>,class
> std::ios_base
>   > > &,int
>   > >  >   > > > >                 &,bool &) const'
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  >   > > > >                 The changes I've made are to
remove
>   > >  > AttachmentHelper
>   > >  >   > > > >                 from being included in
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  >   > > > >                  Modified:    c/src/server/apache2
>   > >  > AttachmentHelper.h
>   > >  >   > > > >                 Apache2Transport.cpp
>   > >  >   > > > >                                        Apache2Transport.h
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  >   > > > >                 sorry for any inconvenience.
>   > >  >   > > > >                 John.
>   > >  >   > > > >
>   > >  >   > > > >                 John Hawkins
>   > >  >   > > > >
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