RE: Soap with Axis ?

2002-03-25 Thread bigd_00

FYI - Axis works fine.  Have not heard of or ever used GLUE.

ba
-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Behalf Of Eddie Post
Sent: Wednesday, March 20, 2002 3:08 PM
To: Orion-Interest
Subject: RE: Soap with Axis ?

Thanks,

With the Standard Edition you could write a local class that basically
does
a pass through to the EJB (facade pattern).

I understand you, but I still don't know how to pass a call ? (do you
have
an example piece of code ? I never used reflection before and I suppose
I
should do it with that not ??

Eddie



From: Satter, Rabi [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Reply-To: Orion-Interest [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: Orion-Interest [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: RE: Soap with Axis ?
Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2002 09:43:55 -0600

GLUE is a product similar to Axis. Although from what I have seen I
would
say that Axis has a long way to go before it can match GLUE. GLUE
product
line has two versions, a Standard Edition (Free) which only talks to
local
classes and a Pro Edition (~$1500/per server) that can talk to
Stateless
Session beans out of the box and has some other features like UDDI.

With the Standard Edition you could write a local class that basically
does
a pass through to the EJB (facade pattern).

Also the support from TME is outstanding. The TME staff regularly
respond
to
the email list. The company and product rocks!

Hope this help


-Original Message-
From: Eddie [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Tuesday, March 19, 2002 4:14 PM
To: Orion-Interest
Subject: Re: Soap with Axis ?


Montebove,

Thanks for your response.

I understand what you mean, but you are going a bit too fast for me.
First you talk about a GLUE requirement. Where can I find more
information
about this in the manual (I searched but haven't find it ... yet). Do
you
mean implementing the Iservice interface ?
How do you invoke the EJB method ?: Using java reflection ?

Eddie


- Original Message -
From: Montebove Luciano [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: Orion-Interest [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Tuesday, March 19, 2002 3:19 PM
Subject: R: Soap with Axis ?


  Your facade class to EJB must:
  1) implements an interface (GLUE requirement)
  2) take a reference to an EJB (i.e. in the constructor)
  TestGlue tg;
  ...
  javax.naming.Context jndi = new InitialContext();
  Object obj = jndi.lookup(java:comp/env/ejb/TestGlue);
  TestGlueHome tgh = (TestGlueHome)
javax.rmi.PortableRemoteObject.narrow(
  obj, TestGlueHome.class );
  tg = tgh.create();
  ...
  3)call the EJB methods:
  
  return tg.myMethod(myParam p);
  ...
 
  The updated link for Orion is
 
http://www.themindelectric.com/products/glue/docs/glue/guide/integratio
ns/or
  ion/introduction.html
 
 
  Hope this Help
 
  Luciano
 
 
  -Messaggio originale-
  Da: Eddie [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
  Inviato: martedì 19 marzo 2002 13.17
  A: Orion-Interest
  Oggetto: Re: Soap with Axis ?
 
 
  Montebove,
 
  How do you do the EJB facade thing you explain below ?
  Where can I see an example ?
  BTW: the second URl in you mail below doesn't work!
 
  Thanks for the response,
  Ed
 
  - Original Message -
  From: Montebove Luciano [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: Orion-Interest [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 10:13 AM
  Subject: R: Soap with Axis ?
 
 
   Why use an alpha-3 code (axis) when you can  have a fast
production
  quality
   soap implementation like GLUE for free?
  
   http://www.themindelectric.com/products/glue/glue.html
  
  
 
http://www.themindelectric.com/products/glue/releases/GLUE-2.0.1/docs/g
lue/g
  uide/hosting/orion.html
  
   Don't be confused from the fact that the standard edition (the
only
free)
   comes without EJB support. It means only that you can't expose
   automatically, as a soap service, an EJB. But you can write a
simple
Java
   class that works as a facade for the EJB. As this class works
inside
the
   GLUE servlet, you can use the standard syntax for lookup of EJBs
you
use
  in
   servlets.
  
   Hope this help
  
   Luciano
  
   -Messaggio originale-
   Da: Eddie [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
   Inviato: sabato 9 marzo 2002 20.05
   A: Orion-Interest
   Oggetto: Soap with Axis ?
  
  
   Hellu,
  
   Does anyone has an example descriptor of a web service to connect
a
client
   to a EJB through SOAP (Axis of Apache) ?
  
   Most os the examples I find are not based on Ejb connections and
on
the
   Atlassian site I saw a example for Apache Soap but I can't get it
to
work
   with Orion.
  
   Eddie
  
  
 
 
 



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RE: Soap with Axis ?

2002-03-20 Thread Satter, Rabi

GLUE is a product similar to Axis. Although from what I have seen I would
say that Axis has a long way to go before it can match GLUE. GLUE product
line has two versions, a Standard Edition (Free) which only talks to local
classes and a Pro Edition (~$1500/per server) that can talk to Stateless
Session beans out of the box and has some other features like UDDI.

With the Standard Edition you could write a local class that basically does
a pass through to the EJB (facade pattern). 

Also the support from TME is outstanding. The TME staff regularly respond to
the email list. The company and product rocks! 

Hope this help


-Original Message-
From: Eddie [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Tuesday, March 19, 2002 4:14 PM
To: Orion-Interest
Subject: Re: Soap with Axis ?


Montebove,

Thanks for your response.

I understand what you mean, but you are going a bit too fast for me.
First you talk about a GLUE requirement. Where can I find more information
about this in the manual (I searched but haven't find it ... yet). Do you
mean implementing the Iservice interface ?
How do you invoke the EJB method ?: Using java reflection ?

Eddie


- Original Message -
From: Montebove Luciano [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: Orion-Interest [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Tuesday, March 19, 2002 3:19 PM
Subject: R: Soap with Axis ?


 Your facade class to EJB must:
 1) implements an interface (GLUE requirement)
 2) take a reference to an EJB (i.e. in the constructor)
 TestGlue tg;
 ...
 javax.naming.Context jndi = new InitialContext();
 Object obj = jndi.lookup(java:comp/env/ejb/TestGlue);
 TestGlueHome tgh = (TestGlueHome) javax.rmi.PortableRemoteObject.narrow(
 obj, TestGlueHome.class );
 tg = tgh.create();
 ...
 3)call the EJB methods:
 
 return tg.myMethod(myParam p);
 ...

 The updated link for Orion is

http://www.themindelectric.com/products/glue/docs/glue/guide/integrations/or
 ion/introduction.html


 Hope this Help

 Luciano


 -Messaggio originale-
 Da: Eddie [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Inviato: martedì 19 marzo 2002 13.17
 A: Orion-Interest
 Oggetto: Re: Soap with Axis ?


 Montebove,

 How do you do the EJB facade thing you explain below ?
 Where can I see an example ?
 BTW: the second URl in you mail below doesn't work!

 Thanks for the response,
 Ed

 - Original Message -
 From: Montebove Luciano [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: Orion-Interest [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 10:13 AM
 Subject: R: Soap with Axis ?


  Why use an alpha-3 code (axis) when you can  have a fast production
 quality
  soap implementation like GLUE for free?
 
  http://www.themindelectric.com/products/glue/glue.html
 
 

http://www.themindelectric.com/products/glue/releases/GLUE-2.0.1/docs/glue/g
 uide/hosting/orion.html
 
  Don't be confused from the fact that the standard edition (the only
free)
  comes without EJB support. It means only that you can't expose
  automatically, as a soap service, an EJB. But you can write a simple
Java
  class that works as a facade for the EJB. As this class works inside the
  GLUE servlet, you can use the standard syntax for lookup of EJBs you use
 in
  servlets.
 
  Hope this help
 
  Luciano
 
  -Messaggio originale-
  Da: Eddie [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
  Inviato: sabato 9 marzo 2002 20.05
  A: Orion-Interest
  Oggetto: Soap with Axis ?
 
 
  Hellu,
 
  Does anyone has an example descriptor of a web service to connect a
client
  to a EJB through SOAP (Axis of Apache) ?
 
  Most os the examples I find are not based on Ejb connections and on the
  Atlassian site I saw a example for Apache Soap but I can't get it to
work
  with Orion.
 
  Eddie
 
 







RE: Soap with Axis ?

2002-03-20 Thread Eddie Post

Thanks,

With the Standard Edition you could write a local class that basically does
a pass through to the EJB (facade pattern).

I understand you, but I still don't know how to pass a call ? (do you have
an example piece of code ? I never used reflection before and I suppose I
should do it with that not ??

Eddie



From: Satter, Rabi [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Reply-To: Orion-Interest [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: Orion-Interest [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: RE: Soap with Axis ?
Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2002 09:43:55 -0600

GLUE is a product similar to Axis. Although from what I have seen I would
say that Axis has a long way to go before it can match GLUE. GLUE product
line has two versions, a Standard Edition (Free) which only talks to local
classes and a Pro Edition (~$1500/per server) that can talk to Stateless
Session beans out of the box and has some other features like UDDI.

With the Standard Edition you could write a local class that basically does
a pass through to the EJB (facade pattern).

Also the support from TME is outstanding. The TME staff regularly respond
to
the email list. The company and product rocks!

Hope this help


-Original Message-
From: Eddie [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Tuesday, March 19, 2002 4:14 PM
To: Orion-Interest
Subject: Re: Soap with Axis ?


Montebove,

Thanks for your response.

I understand what you mean, but you are going a bit too fast for me.
First you talk about a GLUE requirement. Where can I find more information
about this in the manual (I searched but haven't find it ... yet). Do you
mean implementing the Iservice interface ?
How do you invoke the EJB method ?: Using java reflection ?

Eddie


- Original Message -
From: Montebove Luciano [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: Orion-Interest [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Tuesday, March 19, 2002 3:19 PM
Subject: R: Soap with Axis ?


  Your facade class to EJB must:
  1) implements an interface (GLUE requirement)
  2) take a reference to an EJB (i.e. in the constructor)
  TestGlue tg;
  ...
  javax.naming.Context jndi = new InitialContext();
  Object obj = jndi.lookup(java:comp/env/ejb/TestGlue);
  TestGlueHome tgh = (TestGlueHome) javax.rmi.PortableRemoteObject.narrow(
  obj, TestGlueHome.class );
  tg = tgh.create();
  ...
  3)call the EJB methods:
  
  return tg.myMethod(myParam p);
  ...
 
  The updated link for Orion is
 
http://www.themindelectric.com/products/glue/docs/glue/guide/integrations/or
  ion/introduction.html
 
 
  Hope this Help
 
  Luciano
 
 
  -Messaggio originale-
  Da: Eddie [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
  Inviato: martedì 19 marzo 2002 13.17
  A: Orion-Interest
  Oggetto: Re: Soap with Axis ?
 
 
  Montebove,
 
  How do you do the EJB facade thing you explain below ?
  Where can I see an example ?
  BTW: the second URl in you mail below doesn't work!
 
  Thanks for the response,
  Ed
 
  - Original Message -
  From: Montebove Luciano [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: Orion-Interest [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 10:13 AM
  Subject: R: Soap with Axis ?
 
 
   Why use an alpha-3 code (axis) when you can  have a fast production
  quality
   soap implementation like GLUE for free?
  
   http://www.themindelectric.com/products/glue/glue.html
  
  
 
http://www.themindelectric.com/products/glue/releases/GLUE-2.0.1/docs/glue/g
  uide/hosting/orion.html
  
   Don't be confused from the fact that the standard edition (the only
free)
   comes without EJB support. It means only that you can't expose
   automatically, as a soap service, an EJB. But you can write a simple
Java
   class that works as a facade for the EJB. As this class works inside
the
   GLUE servlet, you can use the standard syntax for lookup of EJBs you
use
  in
   servlets.
  
   Hope this help
  
   Luciano
  
   -Messaggio originale-
   Da: Eddie [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
   Inviato: sabato 9 marzo 2002 20.05
   A: Orion-Interest
   Oggetto: Soap with Axis ?
  
  
   Hellu,
  
   Does anyone has an example descriptor of a web service to connect a
client
   to a EJB through SOAP (Axis of Apache) ?
  
   Most os the examples I find are not based on Ejb connections and on
the
   Atlassian site I saw a example for Apache Soap but I can't get it to
work
   with Orion.
  
   Eddie
  
  
 
 
 



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Re: Soap with Axis ?

2002-03-19 Thread Eddie

Montebove,

Thanks for your response.

I understand what you mean, but you are going a bit too fast for me.
First you talk about a GLUE requirement. Where can I find more information
about this in the manual (I searched but haven't find it ... yet). Do you
mean implementing the Iservice interface ?
How do you invoke the EJB method ?: Using java reflection ?

Eddie


- Original Message -
From: Montebove Luciano [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: Orion-Interest [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Tuesday, March 19, 2002 3:19 PM
Subject: R: Soap with Axis ?


 Your facade class to EJB must:
 1) implements an interface (GLUE requirement)
 2) take a reference to an EJB (i.e. in the constructor)
 TestGlue tg;
 ...
 javax.naming.Context jndi = new InitialContext();
 Object obj = jndi.lookup(java:comp/env/ejb/TestGlue);
 TestGlueHome tgh = (TestGlueHome) javax.rmi.PortableRemoteObject.narrow(
 obj, TestGlueHome.class );
 tg = tgh.create();
 ...
 3)call the EJB methods:
 
 return tg.myMethod(myParam p);
 ...

 The updated link for Orion is

http://www.themindelectric.com/products/glue/docs/glue/guide/integrations/or
 ion/introduction.html


 Hope this Help

 Luciano


 -Messaggio originale-
 Da: Eddie [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Inviato: martedì 19 marzo 2002 13.17
 A: Orion-Interest
 Oggetto: Re: Soap with Axis ?


 Montebove,

 How do you do the EJB facade thing you explain below ?
 Where can I see an example ?
 BTW: the second URl in you mail below doesn't work!

 Thanks for the response,
 Ed

 - Original Message -
 From: Montebove Luciano [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: Orion-Interest [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 10:13 AM
 Subject: R: Soap with Axis ?


  Why use an alpha-3 code (axis) when you can  have a fast production
 quality
  soap implementation like GLUE for free?
 
  http://www.themindelectric.com/products/glue/glue.html
 
 

http://www.themindelectric.com/products/glue/releases/GLUE-2.0.1/docs/glue/g
 uide/hosting/orion.html
 
  Don't be confused from the fact that the standard edition (the only
free)
  comes without EJB support. It means only that you can't expose
  automatically, as a soap service, an EJB. But you can write a simple
Java
  class that works as a facade for the EJB. As this class works inside the
  GLUE servlet, you can use the standard syntax for lookup of EJBs you use
 in
  servlets.
 
  Hope this help
 
  Luciano
 
  -Messaggio originale-
  Da: Eddie [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
  Inviato: sabato 9 marzo 2002 20.05
  A: Orion-Interest
  Oggetto: Soap with Axis ?
 
 
  Hellu,
 
  Does anyone has an example descriptor of a web service to connect a
client
  to a EJB through SOAP (Axis of Apache) ?
 
  Most os the examples I find are not based on Ejb connections and on the
  Atlassian site I saw a example for Apache Soap but I can't get it to
work
  with Orion.
 
  Eddie
 
 







RE: Soap with Axis ?

2002-03-11 Thread Eddie Post

Hellu,

Thanks for your reaction.

I see two examples of interest on the Atlassian site:
- One with SOAP and EJB. I am just starting to use SOAP and the example is 
for Apache Soap and not with Apache Axis. Axis needs some other values and I 
don't know how what/how to change the SOAP values in the example.

- Axis with Orion integration. In the example you have a part called Test, 
which is the most interesting. The test section goes very fast, for example, 
there is a deployment with a deploy.xml but no deploy.xml is given.
If I take the Calculator example of Axis itself I get the error (with 
Calculator.class in the Axis/WEB-INF/classes dir):
---
C:\Ed_soft\Develop\Manual\xml-axis-alpha3\samples\edjava -cp .;./a
xis.jar;./log4j-core.jar;./jaxp.jar;./crimson.jar org.apache.axis.c
lient.AdminClient -lhttp://localhost:9000/axis/servlet/AxisServlet
deploy.wsdd
Processing file deploy.wsdd
AxisFault
  faultCode: ns1:Server.NoService
  faultString: The AXIS engine could not find a target service to i
nvoke!  targetService is http://xml.apache.org/axis/wsdd/
  faultActor: null
  faultDetail:
exceptionName: org.apache.axis.AxisFault
---

If I try the above with for example Tomcat I do get the error:
---
C:\Ed_soft\Develop\Manual\xml-axis-alpha3\samples\edjava -cp .;./a
xis.jar;./log4j-core.jar;./jaxp.jar;./crimson.jar org.apache.axis.c
lient.AdminClient -lhttp://localhost:8080/axis/servlet/AxisServlet
deploy.wsdd
Processing file deploy.wsdd
AxisFault
  faultCode: http://xml.apache.org/axis/:Server.userException
  faultString: org.xml.sax.SAXException: Bad envelope namespace:
  faultActor: null
  faultDetail:
exceptionName: org.xml.sax.SAXException
stackTrace: org.xml.sax.SAXException: Bad envelope namespac
e:
---


Please any help on what the above errors mean ?

Eddie :(


From: DeVincentiis Giustino [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: RE: Soap with Axis ?
Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2002 08:50:31 +0100

Hello,

Could you please let me know what is your problem with the example on
Atlassian KB?

Thank you,
Giustino De Vincentiis

  -Original Message-
  From: Eddie [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
  Sent: Saturday, March 09, 2002 8:05 PM
  To: Orion-Interest
  Subject: Soap with Axis ?
 
 
  Hellu,
 
  Does anyone has an example descriptor of a web service to
  connect a client
  to a EJB through SOAP (Axis of Apache) ?
 
  Most os the examples I find are not based on Ejb connections
  and on the
  Atlassian site I saw a example for Apache Soap but I can't
  get it to work
  with Orion.
 
  Eddie
 


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RE: Soap with Axis ?

2002-03-11 Thread Djemal, Guy (TWIi London)

Well I've been using Axis for a while now. The namespace issue can be
resolved by using the follow:

  call.setProperty(Call.NAMESPACE, urn:TheNameSpace);

An entire SOAP call would then look something like following:

  Service  service = new Service();
  Call call= (Call) service.createCall();
  call.setTargetEndpointAddress(http://endpoint;);
  call.setOperationName(MyOperation);
  call.setProperty(Call.NAMESPACE, namespace);
  Object result = call.invoke(params);

I've needed to specify the namespace when calling an Apache SOAP server from
an Apache Axis client.

Guy.

 -Original Message-
 From: Eddie Post [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
 Sent: 11 March 2002 10:39
 To: Orion-Interest
 Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: RE: Soap with Axis ?
 
 
 Hellu,
 
 Thanks for your reaction.
 
 I see two examples of interest on the Atlassian site:
 - One with SOAP and EJB. I am just starting to use SOAP and 
 the example is 
 for Apache Soap and not with Apache Axis. Axis needs some 
 other values and I 
 don't know how what/how to change the SOAP values in the example.
 
 - Axis with Orion integration. In the example you have a part 
 called Test, 
 which is the most interesting. The test section goes very 
 fast, for example, 
 there is a deployment with a deploy.xml but no deploy.xml is given.
 If I take the Calculator example of Axis itself I get the error (with 
 Calculator.class in the Axis/WEB-INF/classes dir):
 ---
 C:\Ed_soft\Develop\Manual\xml-axis-alpha3\samples\edjava -cp .;./a
 xis.jar;./log4j-core.jar;./jaxp.jar;./crimson.jar org.apache.axis.c
 lient.AdminClient -lhttp://localhost:9000/axis/servlet/AxisServlet
 deploy.wsdd
 Processing file deploy.wsdd
 AxisFault
   faultCode: ns1:Server.NoService
   faultString: The AXIS engine could not find a target service to i
 nvoke!  targetService is http://xml.apache.org/axis/wsdd/
   faultActor: null
   faultDetail:
 exceptionName: org.apache.axis.AxisFault
 ---
 
 If I try the above with for example Tomcat I do get the error:
 ---
 C:\Ed_soft\Develop\Manual\xml-axis-alpha3\samples\edjava -cp .;./a
 xis.jar;./log4j-core.jar;./jaxp.jar;./crimson.jar org.apache.axis.c
 lient.AdminClient -lhttp://localhost:8080/axis/servlet/AxisServlet
 deploy.wsdd
 Processing file deploy.wsdd
 AxisFault
   faultCode: http://xml.apache.org/axis/:Server.userException
   faultString: org.xml.sax.SAXException: Bad envelope namespace:
   faultActor: null
   faultDetail:
 exceptionName: org.xml.sax.SAXException
 stackTrace: org.xml.sax.SAXException: Bad envelope namespac
 e:
 ---
 
 
 Please any help on what the above errors mean ?
 
 Eddie :(
 
 
 From: DeVincentiis Giustino [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: RE: Soap with Axis ?
 Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2002 08:50:31 +0100
 
 Hello,
 
 Could you please let me know what is your problem with the example on
 Atlassian KB?
 
 Thank you,
 Giustino De Vincentiis
 
   -Original Message-
   From: Eddie [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
   Sent: Saturday, March 09, 2002 8:05 PM
   To: Orion-Interest
   Subject: Soap with Axis ?
  
  
   Hellu,
  
   Does anyone has an example descriptor of a web service to
   connect a client
   to a EJB through SOAP (Axis of Apache) ?
  
   Most os the examples I find are not based on Ejb connections
   and on the
   Atlassian site I saw a example for Apache Soap but I can't
   get it to work
   with Orion.
  
   Eddie
  
 
 
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RE: Soap with Axis ? (New E-mail Address)

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RE: Soap with Axis ?

2002-03-09 Thread The elephantwalker

Eddie,

You might try the a recent thread on www.elephantwalker.com. We reproduced
Bret McLaughlin's example (Java  XML, 2nd edition) with Orion and Apache
SOAP 2.2.

http://www.elephantwalker.com/rfa?id=399

Regards,

the elephantwalker
www.elephantwalker.com


-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Eddie
Sent: Saturday, March 09, 2002 11:05 AM
To: Orion-Interest
Subject: Soap with Axis ?


Hellu,

Does anyone has an example descriptor of a web service to connect a client
to a EJB through SOAP (Axis of Apache) ?

Most os the examples I find are not based on Ejb connections and on the
Atlassian site I saw a example for Apache Soap but I can't get it to work
with Orion.

Eddie