Spring payloadvalidatinginterceptor schemas
Solo hay que definirlos dentro de la lista de interceptores que tiene como opción la clase.
Ejemplo: El interceptor de validaciones es una herramienta muy útil, que nos permite verificar tanto el request como el response del web service.
Can we refer to the schema inside the wsdl with the same attribute i.e schema Location ? For details, please refer to page 32 in my e-book: Hope this helps.
or for inline schema inside a wsdl, we have a different way? You want to use the XML schema extracted from the WSDL in some other XML schema. If I have misunderstood again, please accept my apologies. Ivan, I'd say both the possibilities that you are thinking are not something that I am wishing to do.
I tried looking up the web for bean API but somehow didnt get some good resources to read, It would be great if anyone of you out here throw some light on this. Thanks Ivan, I have seperated the xsd information into a seperate xsd file and now I am referring to the schema Location with the xsd file location and all works fine. I would yet again try to explain and this time a little clearer. XML Schema file through which the jaxb marshalling and unmarshalling will work.
My question was can we use the schema Location with wsdl file containing the xsd information? I have seperated the xsd information into a seperate xsd file and now I am referring to the schema Location with the xsd file location and all works fine. ..I must admit that I do not quite understand the above question either. Sorry if I was not able to communicate my question properly. So, we have the following line of code for marshaller: As you can see the second property for jaxb2marshaller is the schema Location property which has the path to my Extended
A full project isn’t included here, just excerpts from the code where it deviated from the tutorial.
Spring Web Services (Spring-WS) es un producto de Spring Framework para facilitar la creación de servicios web basados en el intercambio de documentos (document driven).Certainly nothing available using only XML (with include, import or the alike).The only way I can think of doing what you want to do is to process the WSDL programmatically (using, for instance, WSDL4J) and extract the XML schema, which you then feed a Resource object holding (or referring to) the XML schema to the Jaxb2Marshaller object.Next, the response needs to be encrypted using the public key of the requester.In the tutorials this is done by Wss4j Security Interceptor.securement Encryption User(), but this sets the encryption user globally for the interceptor, so all requests will be encrypted with the key of the user set here, and since I wouldn’t know the requester until run time, I needed to call this for every request.