java.net.URLEncoder.encode(String s, String enc)
java.netURLDecoder.decode(String s, String enc)
Otherwise the results might be different from one OS to another.
For those developers that only want to learn how to run a "Hello World" example.
All the above concepts are implemented with the following an web application example to be explained here.
This is a simple application that has a login form waiting for username & password. At the time the user submits the form, a servlet is listening for that action. Once the servlet gets the user data it calls the LoginContext asking for an specific LoginModule list to be called. Each LoginModule is executed and validates the user account. At the end, only if all Login Modules succeded, the complete process succedes, otherwise the application displays that the account is not valid.
The important thing here to understand is that each Login Module implementation can be changed, but the structure remains.
Please see the below example to have a general understanding of JAAS.
A BPEL process addresses this issue with correlation sets, each of which is a list of properties whose values are expected to remain constant throughout a process or throughout a specific scope, even as data is transmitted to and from partner services.For purposes of an example, here is a process that records the purchase orders of custumers, so it needs to identify each specific custumer-order. This is the diagram of the whole process:
Here is an example of how to catch and access WSDL faults thrown by an External Web Service. This is the scenario:
Let's create the scenario, first the "fault" service
<element name=" MyFault">
<element name="myError" type="string"></element>
<part name=" payload" element="tns:MyFault"></part>
<fault name=" fault"message=" tns:FaultMessage"></fault>
< bpws:throw faultName=" someFault"/>
<bpws:literal>Error from External WebService </bpws:literal>
<bpws:to part=" payload" variable=" myFault">
<bpws:query queryLanguage=" urn:oasis:names:tc:wsbpel:2.0:sublang:xpath1.0"> <![CDATA[/tns:myError ]]> </bpws:query>
<soap:address location=" http://localhost:8080/ode/processes/fault">
Now, create "faultCaller" service
<bpws:variable messageType=" ns0:FaultMessage" name=" faultMaker" />
<bpws:catch faultName="ext:activityFailure" >
<bpws:catch faultName="ns0:fault" faultVariable="faultMaker" faultMessageType="ns0:FaultMessage">
While calling "faultCaller", you should catch your fault message error comming from "fault" service, and if you undeploy the "fault" service, then if you call again the "faultCaller" you should catch the failure.
Download the whole example from here.