javax.wsdl.xml
Interface WSDLLocator


public interface WSDLLocator

This interface can act as an additional layer of indirection between a WSDLReader and the actual location of WSDL documents. One use could be to retrieve WSDL documents from JAR files, while still retaining the ability to resolve imported documents using relative URIs.

Author:
Owen Burroughs (owenb@uk.ibm.com)
See Also:
WSDLReader.readWSDL(WSDLLocator)

Method Summary
 org.xml.sax.InputSource getBaseInputSource()
          Returns an InputSource "pointed at" the base document.
 java.lang.String getBaseURI()
          Returns a URI representing the location of the base document.
 org.xml.sax.InputSource getImportInputSource(java.lang.String parentLocation, java.lang.String importLocation)
          Returns an InputSource "pointed at" an imported wsdl document.
 java.lang.String getLatestImportURI()
          Returns a URI representing the location of the last import document to be resolved.
 

Method Detail

getBaseInputSource

public org.xml.sax.InputSource getBaseInputSource()
Returns an InputSource "pointed at" the base document.

Returns:
the InputSource object or null if the base document could not be found

getImportInputSource

public org.xml.sax.InputSource getImportInputSource(java.lang.String parentLocation,
                                                    java.lang.String importLocation)
Returns an InputSource "pointed at" an imported wsdl document.

Parameters:
parentLocation - a URI specifying the location of the document doing the importing. This can be null if the import location is not relative to the parent location.
importLocation - a URI specifying the location of the document to import. This might be relative to the parent document's location.
Returns:
the InputSource object or null if the import cannot be found.

getBaseURI

public java.lang.String getBaseURI()
Returns a URI representing the location of the base document.


getLatestImportURI

public java.lang.String getLatestImportURI()
Returns a URI representing the location of the last import document to be resolved. This is used in resolving nested imports where an import location is relative to the parent document.



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