2 Replies Latest reply on Mar 9, 2009 11:37 AM by Brad Crosby Jr.

    Making use of the JBossWS SPI?

    Brad Crosby Jr. Newbie

      I've been looking for a way to hook into the web services stack in JBoss to record/inspect messages without installing JAX-WS handlers in each web service, and recently stumbled across the JBossWS SPI. From what I've read, this looks to be what I want, but the documentation for it is lacking.

      At JBoss World 2008, Heiko Braun gave a presentation on JBossWS that included some information on the SPI, and in particular, the org.jboss.wsf.spi.management.recording.RecordProcessor interface. This looks to be exactly what I want to use for recording all web service messages in my JBoss AS. My problem is that I can't find the JBoss project that contains this interface or its documentation. I can see from my JBoss AS deployment that it's packaged in both jbossws-spi.jar and jbossws-framework.jar, but it doesn't seem to be a part of the JBossWS SPI subversion repository.

      Is the RecordProcessor interface the right approach for trying to do what I want, and if so, where do I find the JBoss project that it originates in?