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Subject: [wsrp-interfaces] Re: [wsia] [Fwd: JAX-RPC session support]



Mike - we tested a little bit and found out the following interoparability
scenario for Axis and .NET:

Test: build a simple hello-world web service. Implement the service in Axis
and .NET and clients in Axis and .NET. Configure them to maintain sessions.

1. Axis client, Axis server
cookies are handled correctly (JSessionID)
1.1 set a property on the axis client to keep the session
1.2 deploy the sevice in session scope on the server

2. Axis client, .NET server
cookies are handled correctly (ASP.NET_SessionID)
2.1 set a property on the axis client to keep the session
2.2 add the "enable session" flag to the [WebMethod] attribute

3. .NET client, Axis server
cookies are handled correctly (JSessionID)
3.1 pass a cookie container to the .NET proxy
3.2 deploy the sevice in session scope on the server

4 .NET client, .NET server
cookies are handled correctly (JSessionID)
3.1 pass a cookie container to the .NET proxy
2.2 add the "enable session" flag to the [WebMethod] attribute


So it seems as if everything works as expected and such that the current
WSRP spec can be implemented.

Best regards
Carsten Leue

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Dr. Carsten Leue
Dept.8288, IBM Laboratory B÷blingen , Germany
Tel.: +49-7031-16-4603, Fax: +49-7031-16-4401



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Carsten,
   See the attached forwarded e-mail from Alejandro.  My understanding
of this is based upon this discussion thread I had with him last week.
      -Mike-

----- Message from Alejandro Abdelnur <alejandro.abdelnur@sun.com> on Fri,
16 Aug 2002 19:18:38 -0700 -----
                                                                           
   To: Michael Freedman <Michael.Freedman@ORACLE.COM>, Alejandro Abdelnur  
       <alejandro.abdelnur@sun.com>                                        
                                                                           
 Subje JAX-RPC session support                                             
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Mike,

I did not get hold of Rahul(JAX-RPC spec lead yet) but reading the spec
(section 13.2 page 97) and by looking at the JAX-RPC RI source code I
could conclude that the session is per client service object. This is
per Stub object regardless if the endpoint the references (The cookie is
held in an instance variable of the connection that is an instance
variable of the Stub). The same holds true for the dynamic Call object.

I'll try to get Rahul on monday to re-confirm this that that this is the
intented behavior.

Regards.

Alejandro







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