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WebServiceContext


javax.xml.ws

Interface WebServiceContext



  • public interface WebServiceContext
    A WebServiceContext makes it possible for a web service endpoint implementation class to access message context and security information relative to a request being served. Typically a WebServiceContext is injected into an endpoint implementation class using the Resource annotation.
    Since:
    JAX-WS 2.0
    See Also:
    Resource
    • Method Detail

      • getMessageContext

        MessageContext getMessageContext()
        Returns the MessageContext for the request being served at the time this method is called. Only properties with APPLICATION scope will be visible to the application.
        Returns:
        MessageContext The message context.
        Throws:
        IllegalStateException - This exception is thrown if the method is called while no request is being serviced.
        See Also:
        MessageContext, MessageContext.Scope, IllegalStateException
      • getUserPrincipal

        Principal getUserPrincipal()
        Returns the Principal that identifies the sender of the request currently being serviced. If the sender has not been authenticated, the method returns null.
        Returns:
        Principal The principal object.
        Throws:
        IllegalStateException - This exception is thrown if the method is called while no request is being serviced.
        See Also:
        Principal, IllegalStateException
      • isUserInRole

        boolean isUserInRole(String role)
        Returns a boolean indicating whether the authenticated user is included in the specified logical role. If the user has not been authenticated, the method returns false.
        Parameters:
        role - A String specifying the name of the role
        Returns:
        a boolean indicating whether the sender of the request belongs to a given role
        Throws:
        IllegalStateException - This exception is thrown if the method is called while no request is being serviced.
      • getEndpointReference

        EndpointReference getEndpointReference(Element... referenceParameters)
        Returns the EndpointReference for this endpoint.

        If the Binding for this bindingProvider is either SOAP1.1/HTTP or SOAP1.2/HTTP, then a W3CEndpointReference MUST be returned.

        Parameters:
        referenceParameters - Reference parameters to be associated with the returned EndpointReference instance.
        Returns:
        EndpointReference of the endpoint associated with this WebServiceContext. If the returned EndpointReference is of type W3CEndpointReference then it MUST contain the the specified referenceParameters.
        Throws:
        IllegalStateException - This exception is thrown if the method is called while no request is being serviced.
        Since:
        JAX-WS 2.1
        See Also:
        W3CEndpointReference
      • getEndpointReference

        <T extends EndpointReference> T getEndpointReference(Class<T> clazz,
                                                             Element... referenceParameters)
        Returns the EndpointReference associated with this endpoint.
        Parameters:
        clazz - The type of EndpointReference that MUST be returned.
        referenceParameters - Reference parameters to be associated with the returned EndpointReference instance.
        Returns:
        EndpointReference of type clazz of the endpoint associated with this WebServiceContext instance. If the returned EndpointReference is of type W3CEndpointReference then it MUST contain the the specified referenceParameters.
        Throws:
        IllegalStateException - This exception is thrown if the method is called while no request is being serviced.
        WebServiceException - If the clazz type of EndpointReference is not supported.
        Since:
        JAX-WS 2.1


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