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From Diego Louzán <dlou...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Broken CVS and an unfrequently asked question
Date Fri, 01 Jul 2005 04:27:54 GMT
Oh, and the project isn't officially supported by any company, the original
code is from IBM, but now there isn't any official development by them.

Regards.
Diego.

Rickard Öberg wrote:
> Vishal Goenka wrote:
> 
>> Julie, thanks for fixing it before I got a chance to notice.
>> All, this is largely an mistake on my part. I submitted a patch for
>> Axis 1.2
>> upgrade and while I had tested it before, I regenerated the Java code
>> from
>> Axis to get a clean version, and did a diff against my working version.
>> Since outputs from the wsdl2java command do not match "exactly" from
>> one run
>> to another (the ordering on certain variable assignments isn’t same
>> from one
>> run to another) the diff is large and I did miss these one liner
>> replacements of the "return null" with the delegation to the WSRPEngine.
> 
> 
> In other words, you didn't test it at all before committing the code?
> Omitting the calls to WSRPEngine makes everything break in fairly
> glorious ways, so even a very simple test would have exposed the problem.
> 
> Fascinating. It seems this project doesn't need fixes or patches. It
> needs a strategy.
> 
> Which brings me back to the previous question: is any company on top of
> this project? Or are we in the Java world forced to use a WSRP reference
> implementation with basically no lead? Is IBM itself using the code, for
> but one example?
> 
> /Rickard


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