[JBoss JIRA] Reopened: (JBWS-1125) Support doc/lit with empty soap body elements
by Jason T. Greene (JIRA)
[ http://jira.jboss.com/jira/browse/JBWS-1125?page=all ]
Jason T. Greene reopened JBWS-1125:
This test case is invalid, only the bare parameter style is a valid use of an empty message.
> Support doc/lit with empty soap body elements
> Key: JBWS-1125
> URL: http://jira.jboss.com/jira/browse/JBWS-1125
> Project: JBoss Web Services
> Issue Type: Bug
> Security Level: Public(Everyone can see)
> Components: jaxrpc
> Affects Versions: jbossws-1.0.2
> Reporter: Darran Lofthouse
> Assigned To: Thomas Diesler
> Fix For: jbossws-1.0.4
> There is some conflicting information in the different specifications regarding how to handle a method in an endpoint interface that does not take any parameters, at the moment we only support this type of method by using wrapped style.
> From the BasicProfile: -
> [Section 5.3.1]
> Use of wsdl:message elements with zero parts is permitted in Document styles to permit operations that can send or receive messages with empty soap:Bodys.
> From JSR-181
> JSR-181 which states:
> - If the operation is marked @Oneway, it MUST have a void return value, a
> single non-header parameter marked as IN, and zero or more header
> - If the operation is not marked @Oneway, it may have one of the following
> o A non-header parameter marked as IN, a non-header parameter marked
> as OUT, a void return value, and zero or more header parameters.
> o A single non-header parameters marked as IN_OUT, a void return
> value, and zero or more header parameters.
> o A single non-header parameter marked as IN, non-void return value
> and zero or more header parameters.
> This clearly requires there to be at least one parameter for a bare doc/lit message.
> From JAX-WS (Although not the current spec we implement does show how this has been clarified)
> In order to qualify for use of bare mapping mode a Java method must
> fulfill all of the following criteria:
> 1. It must have at most one in or in/out non-header parameter.
> 2. If it has a return type other than void it must have no in/out or
> out non-header parameters.
> 3. If it has a return type of void it must have at most one in/out or
> out non-header parameter.
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