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[MS to Sun]scenario 1.1.2.1_OneWay_Reliable_Anonymous_BP12 failed.

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Hello Marek,

we tested scenario *MS to Sun 1.1.2.1_OneWay_Reliable_Anonymous_BP12*, but
failed.

Server Log and messages exchanges log are attached.

The error is
"...............Cannot resolve wsdl operation that this Packet is targeted
for...............Caused by: java.net.UnknownHostException:
docs.oasis-open.org..........".

We found messages from WCF client contains following part in soap header.

http://docs.oasis-open.org/ws-rx/wsmc/200702/anonymous?id=b72300ff-1052-...

Metro endpoint can't recognize it.

Compared with Metro to Metro, "docs.oasis-open.org" is only appears when
MC is supported on server side. If server side is configured as OneWay and
No MC supported, the Address in ReplyTo is "
http://www.w3.org/2005/08/addressing/anonymous".
OneWay scenarios on Metro endpoints have no MC supported. But WCF client
still send "docs.oasis-open.org".

I am not sure who's bug is it. Please help to check that.

--
Lianhao Gao
ThoughtWorks
lhgao@thoughtworks.com
MSN gaolianhao@hotmail.com
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Potociar Marek

Hi Lianhao,
if Metro endpoint is not configured to support WS-MC, then .NET client
should not be using WSMC anonymous addresses. Requests using WSMC
anonymous address that are sent to a Metro endpoint, which doesn't
have WSMC support enabled, are treated as non-anonymous. That is the
main cause of the error you see. Unless I have missed anything in the
WS-I RSP profile spec, I believe this is a config issue on MS side -
endpoint advertises it's policy in the WSDL and any client should
comply with that policy.

Best regards,
Marek

On 4.2.2010, at 7:02, Lianhao Gao wrote:

> Hello Marek,
>
> we tested scenario MS to Sun 1.1.2.1_OneWay_Reliable_Anonymous_BP12,
> but failed.
>
> Server Log and messages exchanges log are attached.
>
> The error is
> "...............Cannot resolve wsdl operation that this Packet is
> targeted for...............Caused by: java.net.UnknownHostException:
> docs.oasis-open.org..........".
>
> We found messages from WCF client contains following part in soap
> header.
>
> http://docs.oasis-open.org/ws-rx/wsmc/200702/anonymous?id=b72300ff-1052-4574-a502-8d753e6a318f
>

>

>
> Metro endpoint can't recognize it.
>
> Compared with Metro to Metro, "docs.oasis-open.org" is only
> appears when MC is supported on server side. If server side is
> configured as OneWay and No MC supported, the Address in ReplyTo is
> "http://www.w3.org/2005/08/addressing/anonymous".
> OneWay scenarios on Metro endpoints have no MC supported. But WCF
> client still send "docs.oasis-open.org".
>
> I am not sure who's bug is it. Please help to check that.
>
> --
> Lianhao Gao
> ThoughtWorks
> lhgao@thoughtworks.com
> MSN gaolianhao@hotmail.com
>

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