3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 20, 2007 6:10 AM by Thomas Diesler

    How to provide soapAction from dispatch call?

    Oskar Carlstedt Novice

      Hello!

      I've tried a to fix this for some hours know. Maybe I'm doing something completely wrong here.

      I have a web service client that that is using the dispatch technique. I will use the dispatch because I'm using xmlbeans to bind my data. Here is a little code snippet of what I'm trying to do:

      // names
      String targetNamespace = "http://test/test-service";
      QName serviceQName = new QName(targetNamespace, "TestService");
      QName portQName = new QName(targetNamespace, "TestServiceSoap11Port");
      URL wsdlURL = new URL("http://lpt-osca:8080/service-testservice-jaxws-web?wsdl");
      
      // create service
      Service service = Service.create(serviceQName);
      service.addPort(portQName, SOAPBinding.SOAP11HTTP_BINDING, wsdlURL.toExternalForm());
      Dispatch<StreamSource> dispatch = service.createDispatch(portQName, StreamSource.class, Mode.PAYLOAD);
      
      // set SOAPAction
      dispatch.getRequestContext().put(BindingProvider.SOAPACTION_USE_PROPERTY, true);
      dispatch.getRequestContext().put(BindingProvider.SOAPACTION_URI_PROPERTY, "uri:placeBuyOrder");
      
      // create xml options for pretty print
      XmlOptions xmlOptions = new XmlOptions();
      xmlOptions.setSavePrettyPrint();
      
      // create request
      TestRequestDocument testRequestDocument = TestRequestDocument.Factory.newInstance();
      ...
      
      
      // print request
      System.out.println("REQUEST");
      testRequestDocument.save(System.out, xmlOptions);
      System.out.println();
      
      // save request in a stream
      ByteArrayOutputStream requestByteArrayOutputStream = new ByteArrayOutputStream();
      testRequestDocument.save(requestByteArrayOutputStream);
      
      // create a new stream source
      StreamSource requestStreamSource = new StreamSource(new ByteArrayInputStream(requestByteArrayOutputStream.toByteArray()));
      
      // invoke
      StreamSource responseSource = dispatch.invoke(requestStreamSource);
      
      // parse result
      XmlObject xmlObject = XmlObject.Factory.parse(responseSource.getInputStream());
      
      // print response
      System.out.println("RESPONSE");
      xmlObject.save(System.out, xmlOptions);
      


      When doing this. it seems like the soap action attribute is not sent to the server, at least not in the http headers. So, my question is: Is the soapAction sent to the sever? If so, where can I find it in the messageContext?

      My service is a web service endpoint provider implementation like
      @Stateless
      @WebServiceProvider(
       serviceName = "TestService",
       portName = "TestServiceSoap11Port",
       targetNamespace = "http://test/test-service",
       wsdlLocation = "WEB-INF/wsdl/test-service.wsdl")
      @ServiceMode(value = Service.Mode.PAYLOAD)
      public class FundOrderEndpointProvider implements Provider<Source> {
      
       ...
      
      }
      
      


      I will look for the soap action http header to decide what method to invoke in another stateless session bean.

      Can anyone help me we this?
      Best Regards
      Oskar