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From "Brian Nielsen (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (AXIS-1976) dotnet_soapenc_bugfix is "blindly" reset
Date Sun, 15 May 2005 20:08:18 GMT
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Brian Nielsen commented on AXIS-1976:

Thanx, for the quick-fix, I've just use 2 hours+, figuring out what the heck happende between
RC3 and Final. I have a Web Service, done by XSD/WSDL first, WSDl2Java and then some variations
on in the server-config.wsdd. I tried out the RC2, RC2, Final and 1.2.1 (15/5-2005) and the
old ones RC2 and RC3 works correctly but with the later ones i get these nasty xsi:types in
my response message. I've also tried fiddeling with the different wsdd-configurations. This
is a problem since I'm using a handler to validate the messages against my schemas, and the
validating parser (xerces dom-level3) find this incompatible. Hopefully someone can figure
out a testcase so that this regression won't happen again. Bye the way i run axis-to-axis.

Regards Brian

> dotnet_soapenc_bugfix is "blindly" reset
> ----------------------------------------
>          Key: AXIS-1976
>          URL:
>      Project: Axis
>         Type: Bug
>   Components: Basic Architecture
>     Versions: 1.2
>  Environment: not really important
>     Reporter: clint dovholuk
>     Priority: Blocker

> org.apache.axis.encoding.TypeMappingRegistryImpl.doRegisterFromVersion(String version)
"blindly" resets the dotnet_soapenc_bugfix.
> generated a bunch of classes based on a .NET web service
> set the dotnet_soapenc_bugfix flag in server-config.wsdd but the autogenerated class
ALL call: 
>    ((org.apache.axis.client.Service)super.service).setTypeMappingVersion("1.2");
> which eventually will call doRegisterFromVersion with "1.2" (or sometimes null though
i didn't track THAT down)
> this blindly overrides the flag as set in the server-config.wsdd file.
> I can't believe this is "on purpose"
> suggest looking for the flag in the server-config.wsdd and setting some system flag stating
that it's specified and to NOT re-set it?
> thanks,
> -dovholuk

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