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Hello Friends,
In our project, we are using resin 3.0.23.

We were trying to writing a webservice client in a sample webapplication.

1. In web.xml , we are unable to specify the service-ref tag and we get error while starting resin
element start: service-ref

[09:58:17.119]element start: service-ref-name
[09:58:17.127]org.xml.sax.SAXParseException: <service-ref-name> is an unexpected tag (parent <service-ref> starts at 92).
[09:58:17.127]
[09:58:17.127]</service-ref> is expected to close.
09:58:17.127]
[09:58:17.127]<service-ref> syntax: empty

2. Contents of web.xml Entry.
<service-ref xmlns:impl="http://testws.example.com/" >
<service-ref-name>service/EmployeeWebServiceMam</service-ref-name>
<service-interface>com.example.testws.EmployeeWebService</service-interface>
<wsdl-file>WEB-INF/wsdl/EmployeeService.wsdl</wsdl-file>
<service-qname>impl:EmployeeService</service-qname>
</service-ref>


So We thought of going through another mechanism of accessing Client
try {
System.out.println("Begin");
QName serviceName = new QName("http://www.elephant.com/RP", "RealTimeService");
String endPointUrl = "http://10.28.234.127:7201/SOAP";
URL wsdlURL = new URL("http://10.28.234.127:7201/SOAP?WSDL");
ServiceFactory factory = ServiceFactory.newInstance();
javax.xml.rpc.Service service = factory.createService(wsdlURL, serviceName);
System.out.println("Here service created");

}
catch(Exception e) {
System.out.println("exception");
}
finally {
System.out.println("Finally");
}


Here, i dont get the code executed after servicefactory.newInstance, I get control directly finally.
Same code works fine in tomcat. I checked resin logs in debug mode, nothing exception shown.

Is there any conflict between resin jars and axis jars of jaxrpc?
 
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Hi karthik,


This is parser Exception the xml tag is not close properly .

2. Contents of web.xml Entry.
<service-ref xmlns:impl="http://testws.example.com/" >
<service-ref-name>service/EmployeeWebServiceMam</service-ref-name>
<service-interface>com.example.testws.EmployeeWebService</service-interface>
<wsdl-file>WEB-INF/wsdl/EmployeeService.wsdl</wsdl-file>
<service-qname>impl:EmployeeService</service-qname>
</service-ref>

In that you should close properly like

<service-ref xmlns:impl="http://testws.example.com"/ >

or
<service-ref> xmlns:impl=http://testws.example.com</service-ref>

Please test the same and tell your feedback.

Regards
k.krishnamoorthy.
 
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Hello Krishna sir,
Thanks for replying, But as you said,

A service-ref Element in web.xml: as Per
site

http://docs.google.com/View?docid=d77kkqc_6t2nhch

<service-ref xmlns:mh="http://www.mdc.com/mdc/BookQuote">
<service-ref-name>service/BookQuoteService</service-ref-name>
<service-interface>com.mdc.jaxrpc.BookQuoteService</service-interface>
<wsdl-file>BookQuote.wsdl</wsdl-file>
<service-qname>mh:BookQuoteService</service-qname>
</service-ref>

I am trying as per the book and example

<service-ref> is parent tag which got other tags as child
 
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Hi Karthik Rajendiran,
check this
It seems to be some problem with the sax parsing in resin..

Here, i dont get the code executed after servicefactory.newInstance, I get control directly finally.


You have to get "Here service created" or "exception".. it's not possible to go from "Begin" to "Finally" in your code...
[ May 22, 2008: Message edited by: Pedro Erencia ]
 
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Thanks you very much for the reply.

1. Do you mean we need to use 3.0.24, but in our production server we use 3.0.23 , upgrading needs to go regression testing in our applications. practically not feasible

2. Alternatively, instead of service-ref tag, we tried


One question for the service-ref, is that configuration alone is enough or should i have to do any other jndi related configurations?
 
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