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Both Ian's and our company seem to be confused wether your licence allows for this kind of manipulations.Best regards, Jens Hi, Thanks for your posting and using Aspose. Please download and try the latest version: Aspose. We have added some attributes for you in the manifest of the released jar: Export-Package, Bundle-Name, Bundle-Vendor, Bundle-Version, Bundle-Symbolic Name. I've tried the new jar file in our OSGi environment and the Manifest. WSDL_BINDING )) @Endpoint Config (config File = "META-INF/wsrm-jaxws-endpoint-config.xml", config Name = "Standard WSRM Endpoint" ) @Web Service public class Test Rm With my Axis2 client though, things are pretty wonky. Axis Fault: RM handler was not able to find WS-RM message in the payload 2009-12-10 ,845 ERROR [Axis2 Task] Fault Manager - org.apache.axis2. Dispatch Phase.check Post Conditions(Dispatch Phase.java:89) at org.apache.axis2.engine. Wstx EOFException: Unexpected EOF in prolog at [row,col ]: [1,0] at org.apache.axis2. St AXOMBuilder.next(St AXOMBuilder.java:260) at org.apache.impl.builder. St AXSOAPModel SOAPEnvelope(St AXSOAPModel Builder.java:161) ... Stream Scanner.throw Unexpected EOF(Stream Scanner.java:661) ... Well, hopefully this information can help other people when about to chose web service stack. Howdy, Thanks Ivan, but the decision to use Axis2 comes from above me, so no changing that one. Configuration Context; import org.apache.axis2.context. Configuration Context Factory; import org.apache.sandesha2. Policy Scope Level; @Policy Attachment (@Policy (policy File Location = "META-INF/reliable Policy.xml", scope = Policy Scope Level. Test Rm Service Stub; public class Test Rm Client 2009-12-10 ,924 INFO [main] Cluster Builder - Clustering has been disabled 2009-12-10 ,064 INFO [main] Module Deployer - Deploying module: addressing-1.5 - file:/D:/opt/axis2-1.5/repository/modules/addressing-1.52009-12-10 ,084 INFO [main] Module Deployer - Deploying module: metadata Exchange-1.5 - file:/D:/opt/axis2-1.5/repository/modules/mex-1.52009-12-10 ,134 INFO [main] Module Deployer - Deploying module: mtompolicy-1.5 - file:/D:/opt/axis2-1.5/repository/modules/mtompolicy-1.52009-12-10 ,144 INFO [main] Module Deployer - Deploying module: ping-1.5 - file:/D:/opt/axis2-1.5/repository/modules/ping-1.52009-12-10 ,224 INFO [main] Module Deployer - Deploying module: sandesha2-1.3 - file:/D:/opt/axis2-1.5/repository/modules/sandesha2-1.32009-12-10 ,234 INFO [main] Module Deployer - Deploying module: script-1.5 - file:/D:/opt/axis2-1.5/repository/modules/scripting-1.52009-12-10 ,244 INFO [main] Module Deployer - Deploying module: soapmonitor-1.5 - file:/D:/opt/axis2-1.5/repository/modules/soapmonitor-1.52009-12-10 ,264 INFO [main] Module Deployer - Deploying module: metadata Exchange-1.5 - file:/D:/workspaces/web Services/test Rm Client_1_Axis2/lib/axis2/mex-1.52009-12-10 ,284 ERROR [main] Sandesha Module - Could not load module policies. 2009-12-10 ,384 INFO [main] Service Deployer - Deploying Web service: - file:/D:/opt/axis2-1.5/repository/services/2009-12-10 ,776 ERROR [Axis2 Task] Fault Manager - org.apache.axis2. Configuration Context; import org.apache.axis2.context. Configuration Context Factory; import org.apache.sandesha2. Sandesha2Constants; import org.apache.sandesha2.client. Sandesha Client; import org.apache.sandesha2.client. Sandesha Client Constants; import org.apache.sandesha2 Axis Fault: The endpoint reference (EPR) for the Operation not found is and the WSA Action = at org.apache.axis2.engine. Wstx EOFException: Unexpected EOF in prolog at [row,col ]: [1,0] at org.apache.impl.builder. Wstx EOFException: Unexpected EOF in prolog at [row,col ]: [1,0] at I guess you don't want to know that when using Metro, you just drop in some libraries and the client will use reliable messaging, without any additional coding. Sandesha Exception; import org.apache.sandesha2.client. Sandesha Client; import org.apache.sandesha2.client. Sandesha Client Constants; import org.apache.sandesha2.policy. RMServer Handler.handle Inbound(RMServer Handler.java:128) ... Ideally I'd like to figure out why JBoss is not able to process the original " addressing URL and throwing the 20% WS-RM error, but I don't think I'm going to have the luxury of time to do so.

Hello, We've recently made a switch from building WS clients in JBoss WS to using Axis2. Endpoint Config; import org.extensions.policy.annotation. For a start, it looks like Sandesha2 [1.3] is not fully compatible with Axis2 [1.5], so I don't know how much of the problem is really a fault of my code vs. I installed Sandesha2 as outlined, with the exception that I did not change my $AXIS2_HOME/conf/axis2file (it already has RMPhase's in the phase orders). Configuration Context; import org.apache.axis2.context. Configuration Context Factory; import org.apache.sandesha2.client. Axis Fault: RM handler was not able to find WS-RM message in the payload 2009-12-10 ,933 ERROR [Axis2 Task] Fault Manager - org.apache.axis2. Addressing Constants; import org.apache.axis2.client. Phase.invoke(Phase.java:334) at org.apache.axis2.engine. Axis Engine.invoke(Axis Engine.java:251) at org.apache.axis2.engine. Axis Engine.receive(Axis Engine.java:160) at org.apache.sandesha2.workers. Sender Worker.check For Sync Responses(Sender Worker.java:707) at org.apache.sandesha2.workers. Validating Stream Reader - org.apache.sandesha2.i18n.resource::handle Get Object(soap Env Not Set) - Sandesha2 Internal Error: SOAP envelope is not set. Axis Fault(Axis Fault.java:430) at org.apache.axis2.transport. Transport Utils.create SOAPMessage(Transport Utils.java:118) ... After bit more investigation, it looks like the XML requests being sent to the JBoss AS are different. Service Client.configure Service Client(Service Client.java:146) at org.apache.axis2.client. Report Burst Java.program Logic(Report Burst Java.java:50) at admintool. Report Burst Java.run(Report Burst Java.java:109) at com.plugin.desktop.program.internal. URLClass Loader

Hello, We've recently made a switch from building WS clients in JBoss WS to using Axis2. Endpoint Config; import org.extensions.policy.annotation. For a start, it looks like Sandesha2 [1.3] is not fully compatible with Axis2 [1.5], so I don't know how much of the problem is really a fault of my code vs. I installed Sandesha2 as outlined, with the exception that I did not change my $AXIS2_HOME/conf/axis2file (it already has RMPhase's in the phase orders). Configuration Context; import org.apache.axis2.context. Configuration Context Factory; import org.apache.sandesha2.client. Axis Fault: RM handler was not able to find WS-RM message in the payload 2009-12-10 ,933 ERROR [Axis2 Task] Fault Manager - org.apache.axis2. Addressing Constants; import org.apache.axis2.client. Phase.invoke(Phase.java:334) at org.apache.axis2.engine. Axis Engine.invoke(Axis Engine.java:251) at org.apache.axis2.engine. Axis Engine.receive(Axis Engine.java:160) at org.apache.sandesha2.workers. Sender Worker.check For Sync Responses(Sender Worker.java:707) at org.apache.sandesha2.workers. Validating Stream Reader - org.apache.sandesha2.i18n.resource::handle Get Object(soap Env Not Set) - Sandesha2 Internal Error: SOAP envelope is not set. Axis Fault(Axis Fault.java:430) at org.apache.axis2.transport. Transport Utils.create SOAPMessage(Transport Utils.java:118) ... After bit more investigation, it looks like the XML requests being sent to the JBoss AS are different.

Service Client.configure Service Client(Service Client.java:146) at org.apache.axis2.client. Report Burst Java.program Logic(Report Burst Java.java:50) at admintool.

Report Burst Java.run(Report Burst Java.java:109) at com.plugin.desktop.program.internal. URLClass Loader$1.run(URLClass Loader.java:261) at java.security.

Regards, Jens Hi Jens, Thanks for your posting and using Aspose. We have logged your comments in our database for consideration. Please give us more details about your problems with new cells version. For use in OSGi we need some additional metadata (such as Import-Package, Export-Package, Bundle-Symbolic Name, Bundle-Version) in the manifest file (META-INF/Manifest. There are two alternatives for dealing with this situation:1) Vendor-provided OSGi metadata Due to the steadyly growing acceptance it might make sense that you provide OSGi metadata in your standard distribution. There is just a minor legal issue: We have to modify your jar files by enriching the manifest file as described above.

All customers would benefit from this feature.2) Customer-generated OSGi metadata Customers such as our company or Ian's (who initiated this thread) take your plain jar files and generate metadata on our own. All the other content of the jar file, in particular .class files, will not be changed.

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Hello, We've recently made a switch from building WS clients in JBoss WS to using Axis2. Endpoint Config; import org.extensions.policy.annotation. For a start, it looks like Sandesha2 [1.3] is not fully compatible with Axis2 [1.5], so I don't know how much of the problem is really a fault of my code vs. I installed Sandesha2 as outlined, with the exception that I did not change my $AXIS2_HOME/conf/axis2file (it already has RMPhase's in the phase orders). Configuration Context; import org.apache.axis2.context. Configuration Context Factory; import org.apache.sandesha2.client. Axis Fault: RM handler was not able to find WS-RM message in the payload 2009-12-10 ,933 ERROR [Axis2 Task] Fault Manager - org.apache.axis2. Addressing Constants; import org.apache.axis2.client. Phase.invoke(Phase.java:334) at org.apache.axis2.engine. Axis Engine.invoke(Axis Engine.java:251) at org.apache.axis2.engine. Axis Engine.receive(Axis Engine.java:160) at org.apache.sandesha2.workers. Sender Worker.check For Sync Responses(Sender Worker.java:707) at org.apache.sandesha2.workers. Validating Stream Reader - org.apache.sandesha2.i18n.resource::handle Get Object(soap Env Not Set) - Sandesha2 Internal Error: SOAP envelope is not set. Axis Fault(Axis Fault.java:430) at org.apache.axis2.transport. Transport Utils.create SOAPMessage(Transport Utils.java:118) ... After bit more investigation, it looks like the XML requests being sent to the JBoss AS are different. Service Client.configure Service Client(Service Client.java:146) at org.apache.axis2.client. Report Burst Java.program Logic(Report Burst Java.java:50) at admintool. Report Burst Java.run(Report Burst Java.java:109) at com.plugin.desktop.program.internal. URLClass Loader$1.run(URLClass Loader.java:261) at java.security. Regards, Jens Hi Jens, Thanks for your posting and using Aspose. We have logged your comments in our database for consideration. Please give us more details about your problems with new cells version. For use in OSGi we need some additional metadata (such as Import-Package, Export-Package, Bundle-Symbolic Name, Bundle-Version) in the manifest file (META-INF/Manifest. There are two alternatives for dealing with this situation:1) Vendor-provided OSGi metadata Due to the steadyly growing acceptance it might make sense that you provide OSGi metadata in your standard distribution. There is just a minor legal issue: We have to modify your jar files by enriching the manifest file as described above.All customers would benefit from this feature.2) Customer-generated OSGi metadata Customers such as our company or Ian's (who initiated this thread) take your plain jar files and generate metadata on our own. All the other content of the jar file, in particular .class files, will not be changed.

.run(URLClass Loader.java:261) at java.security. Regards, Jens Hi Jens, Thanks for your posting and using Aspose. We have logged your comments in our database for consideration. Please give us more details about your problems with new cells version. For use in OSGi we need some additional metadata (such as Import-Package, Export-Package, Bundle-Symbolic Name, Bundle-Version) in the manifest file (META-INF/Manifest. There are two alternatives for dealing with this situation:1) Vendor-provided OSGi metadata Due to the steadyly growing acceptance it might make sense that you provide OSGi metadata in your standard distribution. There is just a minor legal issue: We have to modify your jar files by enriching the manifest file as described above.All customers would benefit from this feature.2) Customer-generated OSGi metadata Customers such as our company or Ian's (who initiated this thread) take your plain jar files and generate metadata on our own. All the other content of the jar file, in particular .class files, will not be changed.

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