Monday May 14, 2007

Using External Policies

In Manual Web Service Configuration In From Java Case you saw how to manually configure Java web service endpoint.
This entry describes how to use external policies for endpoint configuration.
The scenario enables you to store and maintain all your policies at just one central place...

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Monday Feb 26, 2007

Manual Web Service Configuration In From Java Case

The blog describes detail steps to manually attach policies (WS-Policy)
to a web service endpoint created from Java. Concrete example shows how to switch WS-RM on...

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Friday Feb 02, 2007

Finding Code Generating Log Messages By Ids In WSIT WS-Policy Framework

Recently I got an e-mail containing following log message id: SEVERE: WSP001002:
Message was generated by our class in com.sun.xml.ws.policy.jaxws package.
In the first place I was wondering where in the code the message had been logged:


$ grep -n WSP001002 wsit/rt/src/\*\*/\*.java

It returned empty result, even if I was sure such an id was used in the code...

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Friday Nov 24, 2006

Measuring Performance of Policy Code in WSIT -- First Steps

This week I have spent some time on measuring performance of our wspolicy implementation and it's impact on overall performance of WSIT (http://wsit.dev.java.net/)...[Read More]

Friday May 19, 2006

Policy Relationship with JAX-WS

Despite the fact that many developers keep saying (especially when looking for a new job ;-) they do not mind learning new technologies and APIs, when it comes to reality a lot of them mind. Last time I wrote about WSIT. The implementation brings new quality features to web services technology and the key to this is having policies attached to particular services. You can read about the details in Marek's blog. The good news is, that adoption of WSIT does not mean switching to a totally different world.

How is it possible? WSIT is actually based on JAX-WS implementation, which provides a convenient interface (SPI) for plugging WSDL extensions into processing code. This mechanism is then used naturally for our policy implementation. The current version plugs into JAX-WS code for runtime WSDL processing. It means parsing (on both client and server sides) and generation (just server side) of WSDL files. Tooltime extensions will be implemented soon. Additional implementation information can be found at Fabian's blog.

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