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AddressingFeature


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Class AddressingFeature



  • public final class AddressingFeature
    extends WebServiceFeature
    AddressingFeature represents the use of WS-Addressing with either the SOAP 1.1/HTTP or SOAP 1.2/HTTP binding. Using this feature with any other binding is undefined.

    This feature can be used during the creation of SEI proxy, and Dispatch instances on the client side and Endpoint instances on the server side. This feature cannot be used for Service instance creation on the client side.

    The following describes the effects of this feature with respect to be enabled or disabled:

    • ENABLED: In this Mode, WS-Addressing will be enabled. It means the endpoint supports WS-Addressing but does not require its use. A sender could send messages with WS-Addressing headers or without WS-Addressing headers. But a receiver MUST consume both types of messages.
    • DISABLED: In this Mode, WS-Addressing will be disabled. At runtime, WS-Addressing headers MUST NOT be used by a sender or receiver.

    If the feature is enabled, the required property determines whether the endpoint requires WS-Addressing. If it is set true, WS-Addressing headers MUST be present on incoming and outgoing messages. By default the required property is false.

    If the web service developer has not explicitly enabled this feature, WSDL's wsam:Addressing policy assertion is used to find the use of WS-Addressing. By using the feature explicitly, an application overrides WSDL's indication of the use of WS-Addressing. In some cases, this is really required. For example, if an application has implemented WS-Addressing itself, it can use this feature to disable addressing. That means a JAX-WS implementation doesn't consume or produce WS-Addressing headers.

    If addressing is enabled, a corresponding wsam:Addressing policy assertion must be generated in the WSDL as per 3.1 WS-Policy Assertions

    Example 1: Possible Policy Assertion in the generated WSDL for @Addressing

       <wsam:Addressing wsp:Optional="true">
         <wsp:Policy/>
       </wsam:Addressing>
     

    Example 2: Possible Policy Assertion in the generated WSDL for @Addressing(required=true)

       <wsam:Addressing>
         <wsp:Policy/>
       </wsam:Addressing>
     

    Example 3: Possible Policy Assertion in the generated WSDL for @Addressing(required=true, responses=Responses.ANONYMOUS)

       <wsam:Addressing>
          <wsp:Policy>
            <wsam:AnonymousResponses/>
          </wsp:Policy>
       </wsam:Addressing>
     

    See Web Services Addressing - Core, Web Services Addressing 1.0 - SOAP Binding, and Web Services Addressing 1.0 - Metadata for more information on WS-Addressing.

    Since:
    JAX-WS 2.1
    See Also:
    Addressing
    • Nested Class Summary

      Nested Classes 
      Modifier and Type Class and Description
      static class  AddressingFeature.Responses
      If addressing is enabled, this property determines if endpoint requires the use of only anonymous responses, or only non-anonymous responses, or all.
    • Field Summary

      Fields 
      Modifier and Type Field and Description
      static String ID
      Constant value identifying the AddressingFeature
      protected boolean required
      If addressing is enabled, this property determines whether the endpoint requires WS-Addressing.
    • Constructor Summary

      Constructors 
      Constructor and Description
      AddressingFeature()
      Creates and configures an AddressingFeature with the use of addressing requirements.
      AddressingFeature(boolean enabled)
      Creates and configures an AddressingFeature with the use of addressing requirements.
      AddressingFeature(boolean enabled, boolean required)
      Creates and configures an AddressingFeature with the use of addressing requirements.
      AddressingFeature(boolean enabled, boolean required, AddressingFeature.Responses responses)
      Creates and configures an AddressingFeature with the use of addressing requirements.
    • Field Detail

      • required

        protected boolean required
        If addressing is enabled, this property determines whether the endpoint requires WS-Addressing. If required is true, WS-Addressing headers MUST be present on incoming and outgoing messages.
    • Constructor Detail

      • AddressingFeature

        public AddressingFeature()
        Creates and configures an AddressingFeature with the use of addressing requirements. The created feature enables ws-addressing i.e. supports ws-addressing but doesn't require its use. It is also configured to accept all the response types.
      • AddressingFeature

        public AddressingFeature(boolean enabled)
        Creates and configures an AddressingFeature with the use of addressing requirements. If enabled is true, it enables ws-addressing i.e. supports ws-addressing but doesn't require its use. It also configures to accept all the response types.
        Parameters:
        enabled - true enables ws-addressing i.e.ws-addressing is supported but doesn't require its use
      • AddressingFeature

        public AddressingFeature(boolean enabled,
                                 boolean required)
        Creates and configures an AddressingFeature with the use of addressing requirements. If enabled and required are true, it enables ws-addressing and requires its use. It also configures to accept all the response types.
        Parameters:
        enabled - true enables ws-addressing i.e.ws-addressing is supported but doesn't require its use
        required - true means requires the use of ws-addressing .
      • AddressingFeature

        public AddressingFeature(boolean enabled,
                                 boolean required,
                                 AddressingFeature.Responses responses)
        Creates and configures an AddressingFeature with the use of addressing requirements. If enabled and required are true, it enables ws-addressing and requires its use. Also, the response types can be configured using responses parameter.
        Parameters:
        enabled - true enables ws-addressing i.e.ws-addressing is supported but doesn't require its use
        required - true means requires the use of ws-addressing .
        responses - specifies what type of responses are required
        Since:
        JAX-WS 2.2
    • Method Detail

      • getID

        public String getID()
        Get the unique identifier for this WebServiceFeature.
        Specified by:
        getID in class WebServiceFeature
        Returns:
        the unique identifier for this feature.
      • isRequired

        public boolean isRequired()
        If addressing is enabled, this property determines whether the endpoint requires WS-Addressing. If required is true, WS-Addressing headers MUST be present on incoming and outgoing messages.
        Returns:
        the current required value


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