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From Chamikara Jayalath <>
Subject Re: [Axis2] Possible bug in the AxisEngine.resume() method
Date Fri, 16 Dec 2005 04:29:20 GMT
Hi Glen,

Since TransportSender already extend the Handler interface it can be easily
attached to the end of the handler chain. But MessageReceiver is a seperate
interface and this does not extend Handler.

Are you suggesting that the MessageReceiver should extend the Handler
interface. (also this will remove the need for a  MessageReceiver.receive()
method  since the invoke() method from the Handler interface can be directly

(I don't know weather there is a special reason for MessageReceiver not
being a Handler in the current implementation)

Thank you,

On 12/16/05, Glen Daniels <> wrote:
> >     So the end result is a single execution chain which pauses/resumes
> >     simply by indexes, updates itself at operation dispatch, and no
> extra
> >     logic to split receiving/sending.
> >
> >     Sound reasonable?
> >
> > +1
> OK, cool.  I'm more than willing to do this work next week (am on
> vacation as of tonight for the weekend), but assuming others are good
> with this, please feel free to commit the patch and/or the refactoring
> before then if you wish.
> --Glen

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