Spring web services payloadvalidatinginterceptor

Spring web services payloadvalidatinginterceptor

More about exception handling later. With a normal application, the web.

The same applies

The code used in this article was developed in my work time at Redpill Linpro. Finally, you have to add mapping elements before the dispatcher servlet will work as expected. Then it throws a runtime exception.

The same can be done in other areas like security. The SoapFault annotation below helps the exception resolver to convert the exception to a SoapFault. Server implementation This tutorial contains one stub implementation. We will not cover the rest of the configuration which we explained in an earlier tutorial, you can find the link in the previous paragraph.

Validating To enable validating

This is one of the benefits of working contract-first. All beans marked with Component can be found with a componet scan element in the Spring configuration. But first some words about the contract first part.

The request element must end

The marshaller must specify the context path. Ant the FaultCode enum will be mapped to a fault-code element.

We make a getBeerRequest

Validating To enable validating, you have to add a PayloadValidatingInterceptor and reference to that interceptor from the interceptor list in the PayloadRootAnnotationMethodEndpointMapping. The request element must end with Request and the response element must end with Response. We make a getBeerRequest and provide a string value where we expect an int. The same applies to Fault elements.

In the next section we show you how to mask or cloak this. If you have many separate Spring configuration files, then you can add them all in the param-value element separated with a comma.

We can also configure which message to validate. That enables faster development without loosing control over the data being exhanged with the client. For internal development this is probably ok.