Payloadvalidatinginterceptor spring 3

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A few months ago I used Spring Web Services to build a POX (Plain Old XML, not SOAP) web service for work.It was a good experience, and Spring-WS made creating a POX service pretty easy.A Lenient XSD Let’s first start with an XSD validation error.Here’s the XSD provided in the Spring-WS POX example. It tells us that a Contact List can have zero or more Contact elements, and that each Contact can optionally contain Name and Phone strings.These examples use the POX Contacts sample from Spring WS 1.5.9.Count Contacts Service The POX Count Contacts sample contains a simple service, that when passed an XML document containing a list of contacts, returns the number of contacts in that list.

Since Spring WS doesn’t use a service contract, you must know the request and response type.You code against a template like Spring’s other templates for communicating against a database or JMS server.This blog article demonstrates how to use Spring WS as a client with JAXB for the data binding and how to add pre and post processing behaviour with interceptors.I’ll add an error element: If you want to customize how Spring-WS handle XSD errors, you need to extend the Spring-WS Abstract Validating Interceptor class and set that as the validating Interceptor bean in the Spring context.A Validating Interceptor provides hooks for handling validation errors that occur during a POX request or response.

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