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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.


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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