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From Davanum Srinivas <>
Subject Re: A bug in axis ?
Date Fri, 02 Jul 2004 11:06:11 GMT

are u using 1.2 nightly. Please try that. In fact,for the webservice
call that you make from within another web service should try to use
the async api (org.apache.axis.client.async.*, example -
test.client.TestAsyncCall). If you still have problems, open up a bug
report with a test case.


On Fri, 02 Jul 2004 12:47:01 +0200, Matthieu Cargnelli
<> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm having a problem with Axis (tomcat/java) which I can neither explain
> nor workaround.
> As I don't know if it's a bug in my program or in Axis, I send this
> message to both mailing list...
> As a reserch project, I'm writing a web services which I want to be able
> to communicate binary data between themself. Basicaly at this stage my
> goal is to have multiple web servers, each one running an instance of my
> web service (WorkerWS), and have them communicate data via 2 functions :
> getData and PullData (the names may be not so well chosen).
> -getData takes a path to the file to send as a parameter and returns a
> DataHandler for that file.
> -pullData takes the same argument plus the url of the web server from
> which to ask for the file (ie pullData will call the "getData" function
> of the given url).
> Here is my problem : I have coded these functions and deployed my web
> service. I have also programmed a client to test these functions
> independantly before making them communicate between 2 web services.
> Important to know : the Client pullData function and the Worker pullData
> function are strictly the same (copy/paste).
> The Client works fine : it can get the file it asks from the WorkerWS,
> and the file is ok (I tryed on the local machine and on a remote machine).
> But when I do the same call between the 2 web services, I have a "nested
> IOFileNotFoundException" with a StackTrace of dozens of lines.
> I tryed both JAX-RPC and SAAJ, and both give me an exception (I coded
> the classes starting from the "attachments" example given in Axis).
> The weird thing is that, using the tcpmon utility, I see exactly the
> same message when calling getData from the Client or from the local
> WorkerWS (well, the attachement reference and date are not the same, of
> course), which means that the response from the remote WorkerWS is fine
> in both cases. But it seems that the client manages to recept it and the
> local WorkerWS doesn't (and it's the same function for both).
> When using JAX-RPC the Exception occurs during the "call.invoke()" call,
> so, considering the fact that this call is well formed (as it works for
> the Client program), I assume this "bug" occurs during the call itself,
> ie inside Axis (or maybe other java classes). Maybe the problem comes
> from environment variables but both tomcat and the client run with the
> same uid (and both started from console), so I suppose these variables
> are the same for both.
> If somebody knows about such problem or have an idea about how to
> workaround, I would greatly appreciate it.
> Regards,
> Matthieu Cargnelli

Davanum Srinivas -

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