I'm creating a web service client using Apache CXF 2.5. , JDK 7 and Eclipse Helios EE. I get the folllowing error after i execute the net service client in eclipse.

Exception in thread "primary" javax.xml.ws.cleaning soap.SOAPFaultException: Mention of the policy #AddressingPolicy couldn't be resolved..

I've adopted the below steps to date to deploy the customer.

  1. Produced a java project in eclipse helios EE and added CXF runtime towards the project.

  2. Using Apache CXF 2.5. WSDL2Java produced the java courses of instruction for the customer ( incorporated -exsh true choice to process the headers). The classes were produced within the eclipse src dir.

  3. Implemented the primary method within the client class to invoke the net service.

After I execute the customer I recieve the above mentioned exception.

I've checked the WSDL and contains one Policy Reference element with xml id = #AddressingPolicy and the other Policy Reference element with xml id = #TlsPolicy inside the binding element. The particular guidelines are succumbed the WSDL in the finish from the WSDl using wsp:Policy elements.

I am unable to customize the WSDL as it's been already used like a exterior service and presented to me to build up the customer.

Has anybody faced similar problem with Apache CXF 2.5. before. Also Personally i think it may be an problem using the version of CXF I'm using. Does Apache CXF 2.5. support local policy references inside the WSDL.

Thank you for reactions.

I simply had exactly the same problem. The fix I discovered ended up being to customize the WSDL and employ an wsu:Id reference rather than xml:id.

<wsp:Policy wsu:Id="AddressingPolicy" xmlns:wsu="http://docs.oasis-open.org/wss/2004/01/oasis-200401-wss-wssecurity-utility-1.0.xsd">
   <...>
</wsp:Policy>

I understand you mentioned that you simply can't alter the WSDL, however i believe this isn't true. The alteration I've pointed out won't alter the items in the Cleaning soap demands/reactions around the wire which means you should still have the ability to interoperate using the existing web service.