2 Replies Latest reply on Mar 9, 2009 5:12 AM by (Arne_v.Irmer)

    Got a ALC-DSC-127-000

      Hi there,
      I want to invoke a process from a submit-button in a rendered PDF-File.
      I build an xdp with a submit-button that has the control type submit and entered in Submit to URL the URL of a servlet I wrote. In Submit As: I set XML Data(XML).
      I rendered the PDF by calling the renderPDFForm method of the WS FormsService and get an PDF that can be opened in with acroread.
      By pushing the button I get a request in my servlet with the XML in the Input-Stream.
      Now I want to invoke the simple process called UniDortmund I designed in the Workbensh Process Designer. For that with jaxws I consumed the wsdl located at http://localhost:8080/soap/services/UniDortmund?WSDL .
      Now I implemented the following code:

      if(request.getHeader("content-type").startsWith("application/xml")){
      System.out.println("Got an XML-Stream:");
      final String result=convertStreamToString(request.getInputStream());
      System.out.println(result);

      final UniDortmundService tudoService=new UniDortmundService();
      final UniDortmund uniDo=tudoService.getUniDortmund();

      SetAuthentication((BindingProvider)uniDo);

      // prepare the input arguments
      XFARepositoryFormInstance antragProzess=new XFARepositoryFormInstance();
      antragProzess.setData(result.getBytes());
      antragProzess.setDescription("Coming from my little servlet.");
      antragProzess.setName("Antrag");
      System.out.println("Invoke Async");
      String responseStr=uniDo.invokeAsync(antragProzess);
      }
      By invoking the process I got the following exception:
      16:53:08,933 ERROR [[Antrag]] Servlet.service() for servlet Antrag threw exception
      javax.xml.ws.soap.SOAPFaultException: ALC-DSC-127-000: com.adobe.idp.dsc.LongLivedInvocationException: The Long Lived Service UniDortmund can not be invoked synchronously.
      at org.jboss.ws.core.jaxws.SOAPFaultHelperJAXWS.getSOAPFaultException(SOAPFaultHelperJAXWS.j ava:70)
      at org.jboss.ws.core.jaxws.binding.SOAP11BindingJAXWS.throwFaultException(SOAP11BindingJAXWS .java:109)
      at org.jboss.ws.core.CommonSOAPBinding.unbindResponseMessage(CommonSOAPBinding.java:567)
      at org.jboss.ws.core.CommonClient.invoke(CommonClient.java:365)
      at org.jboss.ws.core.jaxws.client.ClientImpl.invoke(ClientImpl.java:230)
      at org.jboss.ws.core.jaxws.client.ClientProxy.invoke(ClientProxy.java:164)
      at org.jboss.ws.core.jaxws.client.ClientProxy.invoke(ClientProxy.java:150)
      at $Proxy81.invokeAsync(Unknown Source)
      at edu.tudo.antrag.presentation.ProxyServlet.doGet(ProxyServlet.java:46)
      . . .
      What am I doing wrong?
      Is there a simple example for invoking a webservice made with the process designer?
      Is it the wrong way to invoke the process from the submitbutton when I just want to use Acrobat?
      Is there a generic servlet in Lifecycle ES that does the job?

      Yours
      Arne
        • 1. Re: Got a ALC-DSC-127-000
          Hodmi Level 4
          According to the error message, the uniDo.invokeAsync method is actually trying to make a synchronous call to the LiveCycle process "UniDortmund".

          You can change the process to be a short-lived one (using the process properties), or modify the invokeAsync method to make an asynchronous call (which will return a job id)
          • 2. Re: Got a ALC-DSC-127-000
            Level 1
            Hi Michael,
            thanks for your answer.
            >The problem (as stated in the error) looks like the proxy classes that call the UniDortmund service (uniDo.invokeAsync) is actually making the call synchronously. 
            >Since the service is long lived that wont work.

            This is a detail of the implementation of the generated method uniDo.invokeAsync. It calls the server synchron because it needs the return-value (Process-ID) from LC.

            Is there a small example or HowTo for calling this WebService?

            Yours
            Arne