RE: Bug reports

From: Joar Rodríguez <>
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2003 12:20:23 -0500


I posted the errors using the online bug tracking system in It should be noted that while entering the bugs, it is
impossible to select the current JWSDP from the dropdown list.

The new errors I want to report are easily reproducible. Build the
handler sample that comes with JWSDP; then, modify the project to
generate the service from the WSDL of the previous build (You may try
changing the WSDL file to generate a document/literal service). Two
errors can be found:

1. The service interface is generated without parameters and returning
2. If a simple “soap:header” element is added, the resulting classes do
not compile (Some variables are undeclared in the generated files).

I will consider these bugs as reported. However, it is important that
you at Sun can solve the issue with your database, so that we can track
the issues; avoid duplicating entries and wasting everybody’s time.



-----Original Message-----
From: Doug Kohlert [mailto:Doug.Kohlert_at_Sun.COM]
Sent: Monday, November 24, 2003 3:23 PM
Subject: Re: Bug reports

We can view these bugs internally within Sun. I am not sure why they
are not visible for public tracking. How did you submit them?

Joar Rodríguez wrote:
> Hello,
> I want to know where the correct place to report bugs is. I reported
> two bugs a while ago via the sun bug tracking system (4953992 and
> 4953957). I received the confirmation about two weeks ago but they
> have never appeared online for tracking. On the other hand, the bug
> database in is empty.
> I have more bugs to report, but I have the feeling that I am wasting
> my time here.
> Regards,
> Joar
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