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Subject: RE: SOAP implementation for Vienna?


I've forwarded the e-mail from SAKATA Yuji to the Apache SOAP-developers
list, in the hope
that these issues will get some review/comment/resolution. I've also
suggested to the Apache Group that there would
be some benefit to both groups from close cooperation. Anyone who is
planning to use Apache SOAP should consider joining
the Apache SOAP developers list at http://xml.apache.org/soap


Dick Brooks

-----Original Message-----
From: Krishna Sankar [mailto:ksankar@cisco.com]
Sent: Saturday, April 14, 2001 12:09 AM
To: SAKATA Yuji; ebxml-poc@lists.ebxml.org
Subject: RE: SOAP implementation for Vienna?


	Thanks. Good observations. May be pure SOAP is not a good idea.

	Couple of questions :

	First, did you rewrite any of the Apache/SOAP ? Also, did you have any luck
with the Axis project ?


> -----Original Message-----
> From: SAKATA Yuji [mailto:ysakata@rd.nttdata.co.jp]
> Sent: Friday, April 13, 2001 9:19 PM
> To: ebxml-poc@lists.ebxml.org
> Cc: Krishna Sankar
> Subject: Re: SOAP implementation for Vienna?
> Hi, Krishna and POC Members,
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Krishna Sankar" <ksankar@cisco.com>
> To: "jacques durand" <jacques@savvion.com>; <ebxml-poc@lists.ebxml.org>
> > 1. User Apache/SOAP and capture the XML document via a facade
> pattern and
> > then process it as you wish.
> > 2. With Axis, one can register handlers and then the handlers
> will get the
> > document and a context.
> > 3. Process the XML document from an HTTP POST
> > Options 2 and 3 are more flexible, but #1 might be faster. I
> don't know if
> > anyone has done #1 with an ebXML TRP 0.98  document yet. I am working on
> #2
> > and #3 ;-0. As the Axis project is still in it's infancy, #3
> gives us some
> > flexibility.
> >
> Now , I 'm implementing MSH for TR&P v0.98b using tomcat and Apache/SOAP
> v2.1.
> I encountered some problems as follows.
> 1. Apache SOAP's MessageRouterServlet (also RPCRouterServlet) would route
> the class for processing by means of  SOAP-ENV:Body's first child element.
> EBXML's message may not have a child node in SOAP-ENV:Body ,then we can't
> use MessageRouterServlet class.
> 2.There is something wrong with Apache SOAP's envelope marshalling.
> The namespaces declared in <SOAP-ENV:Envelope> don't affect the child
> elements in <SOAP-ENV:Header>.
> 3. EBXML message is always "multipart/related" MIME message if it includes
> attachments or not.
> SOAPContext's writeTo method makes it be a "multipart/related"
> message only
> if it includes attachments.
> 4. not good support for both syncronous and asynchronous message exchange.
> I  had to solve some other minute problems related with
> Apache/SOAP. Using
> Apache SOAP might not be faster than using other implementation. :-(
> ----------------------
> Yuji Sakata
> NTT Data Corporation
> ysakata@rd.nttdata.co.jp
> ----------------------

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