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/*
 * Copyright 2007 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All rights reserved.
 * SUN PROPRIETARY/CONFIDENTIAL. Use is subject to license terms.
 */

package javax.xml.ws.spi;

import java.util.Iterator;
import javax.xml.namespace.QName;
import javax.xml.ws.Dispatch;
import javax.xml.ws.Service;
import javax.xml.ws.handler.HandlerResolver;
import javax.xml.ws.WebServiceFeature;
import javax.xml.bind.JAXBContext;
import javax.xml.ws.EndpointReference;
import javax.xml.ws.WebServiceException;


/**
 * Service delegates are used internally by <code>Service</code> objects
 * to allow pluggability of JAX-WS implementations.
 * <p>
 * Every <code>Service</code> object has its own delegate, created using
 * the {@link javax.xml.ws.spi.Provider#createServiceDelegate} method. A <code>Service</code>
 * object delegates all of its instance methods to its delegate.
 *
 * @see javax.xml.ws.Service
 * @see javax.xml.ws.spi.Provider
 *
 * @since JAX-WS 2.0
 */
public abstract class ServiceDelegate {
    
    protected ServiceDelegate() {
    }
    
    /** 
     * The <code>getPort</code> method returns a proxy. A service client
     * uses this proxy to invoke operations on the target
     * service endpoint. The <code>serviceEndpointInterface</code>
     * specifies the service endpoint interface that is supported by
     * the created dynamic proxy instance.
     *
     * @param portName  Qualified name of the service endpoint in
     *                  the WSDL service description
     * @param serviceEndpointInterface Service endpoint interface
     *                  supported by the dynamic proxy
     * @return Object Proxy instance that
     *                supports the specified service endpoint
     *                interface
     * @throws WebServiceException This exception is thrown in the
     *                  following cases:
     *                  <UL>
     *                  <LI>If there is an error in creation of
     *                      the proxy
     *                  <LI>If there is any missing WSDL metadata
     *                      as required by this method
     *                  <LI>If an illegal
     *                      <code>serviceEndpointInterface</code>
     *                      or <code>portName</code> is specified
     *                  </UL>
     * @see java.lang.reflect.Proxy
     * @see java.lang.reflect.InvocationHandler
     **/
    public abstract <T> T getPort(QName portName,
            Class<T> serviceEndpointInterface);
    
    /** 
     * The <code>getPort</code> method returns a proxy. A service client
     * uses this proxy to invoke operations on the target
     * service endpoint. The <code>serviceEndpointInterface</code>
     * specifies the service endpoint interface that is supported by
     * the created dynamic proxy instance.
     *
     * @param portName  Qualified name of the service endpoint in
     *                  the WSDL service description
     * @param serviceEndpointInterface Service endpoint interface
     *                  supported by the dynamic proxy or instance
     * @param features  A list of WebServiceFeatures to configure on the 
     *                proxy.  Supported features not in the <code>features
     *                </code> parameter will have their default values.
     * @return Object Proxy instance that
     *                supports the specified service endpoint
     *                interface
     * @throws WebServiceException This exception is thrown in the
     *                  following cases:
     *                  <UL>
     *                  <LI>If there is an error in creation of
     *                      the proxy
     *                  <LI>If there is any missing WSDL metadata
     *                      as required by this method
     *                  <LI>If an illegal
     *                      <code>serviceEndpointInterface</code>
     *                      or <code>portName</code> is specified
     *                  <LI>If a feature is enabled that is not compatible
     *                      with this port or is unsupported.
     *                  </UL>
     * @see java.lang.reflect.Proxy
     * @see java.lang.reflect.InvocationHandler
     * @see WebServiceFeature
     * 
     * @since JAX-WS 2.1
     **/
    public abstract <T> T getPort(QName portName,
            Class<T> serviceEndpointInterface, WebServiceFeature... features);    
    
    /** 
     * The <code>getPort</code> method returns a proxy.
     * The parameter <code>endpointReference</code> specifies the
     * endpoint that will be invoked by the returned proxy.  If there
     * are any reference parameters in the 
     * <code>endpointReference</code>, then those reference
     * parameters MUST appear as SOAP headers, indicating them to be
     * reference parameters, on all messages sent to the endpoint.
     * The <code>endpointReference's</code> address MUST be used
     * for invocations on the endpoint.
     * The parameter <code>serviceEndpointInterface</code> specifies
     * the service endpoint interface that is supported by the 
     * returned proxy.
     * In the implementation of this method, the JAX-WS
     * runtime system takes the responsibility of selecting a protocol
     * binding (and a port) and configuring the proxy accordingly from
     * the WSDL associated with this <code>Service</code> instance or
     * from the metadata from the <code>endpointReference</code>.
     * If this <code>Service</code> instance has a WSDL and 
     * the <code>endpointReference</code> metadata 
     * also has a WSDL, then the WSDL from this instance MUST be used.
     * If this <code>Service</code> instance does not have a WSDL and
     * the <code>endpointReference</code> does have a WSDL, then the 
     * WSDL from the <code>endpointReference</code> MAY be used.
     * The returned proxy should not be reconfigured by the client.
     * If this <code>Service</code> instance has a known proxy 
     * port that matches the information contained in 
     * the WSDL,
     * then that proxy is returned, otherwise a WebServiceException
     * is thrown.
     * <p>
     * Calling this method has the same behavior as the following
     * <pre>
     * <code>port = service.getPort(portName, serviceEndpointInterface);</code>
     * </pre>
     * where the <code>portName</code> is retrieved from the  
     * metadata of the <code>endpointReference</code> or from the 
     * <code>serviceEndpointInterface</code> and the WSDL
     * associated with this <code>Service</code> instance.
     *
     * @param endpointReference  The <code>EndpointReference</code>
     * for the target service endpoint that will be invoked by the
     * returned proxy.
     * @param serviceEndpointInterface Service endpoint interface.
     * @param features  A list of <code>WebServiceFeatures</code> to configure on the 
     *                proxy.  Supported features not in the <code>features
     *                </code> parameter will have their default values.
     * @return Object Proxy instance that supports the
     *                  specified service endpoint interface.
     * @throws WebServiceException
     *                  <UL>
     *                  <LI>If there is an error during creation
     *                      of the proxy.
     *                  <LI>If there is any missing WSDL metadata
     *                      as required by this method.
     *                  <LI>If the <code>endpointReference</code> metadata does
     *                      not match the <code>serviceName</code> of this
     *                      <code>Service</code> instance.
     *                  <LI>If a <code>portName</code> cannot be extracted
     *                      from the WSDL or <code>endpointReference</code> metadata.
     *                  <LI>If an invalid
     *                      <code>endpointReference</code>
     *                      is specified.
     *                  <LI>If an invalid
     *                      <code>serviceEndpointInterface</code>
     *                      is specified.
     *                  <LI>If a feature is enabled that is not compatible
     *                      with this port or is unsupported.
     *                  </UL>
     *
     * @since JAX-WS 2.1
     **/
    public abstract <T> T getPort(EndpointReference endpointReference,
           Class<T> serviceEndpointInterface, WebServiceFeature... features);

    
    /** 
     * The <code>getPort</code> method returns a proxy. The parameter
     * <code>serviceEndpointInterface</code> specifies the service
     * endpoint interface that is supported by the returned proxy.
     * In the implementation of this method, the JAX-WS
     * runtime system takes the responsibility of selecting a protocol
     * binding (and a port) and configuring the proxy accordingly.
     * The returned proxy should not be reconfigured by the client.
     *
     * @param serviceEndpointInterface Service endpoint interface
     * @return Object instance that supports the
     *                  specified service endpoint interface
     * @throws WebServiceException
     *                  <UL>
     *                  <LI>If there is an error during creation
     *                      of the proxy
     *                  <LI>If there is any missing WSDL metadata
     *                      as required by this method
     *                  <LI>If an illegal
     *                      <code>serviceEndpointInterface</code>
     *                      is specified
     *                  </UL>
     **/
    public abstract <T> T getPort(Class<T> serviceEndpointInterface);

    
    /**
     * The <code>getPort</code> method returns a proxy. The parameter
     * <code>serviceEndpointInterface</code> specifies the service
     * endpoint interface that is supported by the returned proxy.
     * In the implementation of this method, the JAX-WS
     * runtime system takes the responsibility of selecting a protocol
     * binding (and a port) and configuring the proxy accordingly.
     * The returned proxy should not be reconfigured by the client.
     *
     * @param serviceEndpointInterface Service endpoint interface
     * @param features  An array of <code>WebServiceFeatures</code> to configure on the 
     *                proxy.  Supported features not in the <code>features
     *                </code> parameter will have their default values.
     * @return Object instance that supports the
     *                  specified service endpoint interface
     * @throws WebServiceException
     *                  <UL>
     *                  <LI>If there is an error during creation
     *                      of the proxy
     *                  <LI>If there is any missing WSDL metadata
     *                      as required by this method
     *                  <LI>If an illegal
     *                      <code>serviceEndpointInterface</code>
     *                      is specified
     *                  <LI>If a feature is enabled that is not compatible
     *                      with this port or is unsupported.
     *                  </UL>
     *
     * @see WebServiceFeature
     *
     * @since JAX-WS 2.1
     **/
    public abstract <T> T getPort(Class<T> serviceEndpointInterface, 
            WebServiceFeature... features);
    
    
    /** 
     * Creates a new port for the service. Ports created in this way contain
     * no WSDL port type information and can only be used for creating
     * <code>Dispatch</code>instances.
     *
     * @param portName  Qualified name for the target service endpoint
     * @param bindingId A URI identifier of a binding.
     * @param endpointAddress Address of the target service endpoint as a URI
     * @throws WebServiceException If any error in the creation of
     * the port
     *
     * @see javax.xml.ws.soap.SOAPBinding#SOAP11HTTP_BINDING
     * @see javax.xml.ws.soap.SOAPBinding#SOAP12HTTP_BINDING
     * @see javax.xml.ws.http.HTTPBinding#HTTP_BINDING
     **/
    public abstract void addPort(QName portName, String bindingId,
            String endpointAddress);
    
   
    
    /** 
     * Creates a <code>Dispatch</code> instance for use with objects of
     * the user's choosing.
     *
     * @param portName  Qualified name for the target service endpoint
     * @param type The class of object used for messages or message
     * payloads. Implementations are required to support
     * <code>javax.xml.transform.Source</code> and <code>javax.xml.soap.SOAPMessage</code>.
     * @param mode Controls whether the created dispatch instance is message
     * or payload oriented, i.e. whether the user will work with complete
     * protocol messages or message payloads. E.g. when using the SOAP
     * protocol, this parameter controls whether the user will work with
     * SOAP messages or the contents of a SOAP body. Mode MUST be <code>MESSAGE</code>
     * when type is <code>SOAPMessage</code>.
     *
     * @return Dispatch instance
     * @throws WebServiceException If any error in the creation of
     *                  the <code>Dispatch</code> object
     * @see javax.xml.transform.Source
     * @see javax.xml.soap.SOAPMessage
     **/
    public abstract <T> Dispatch<T> createDispatch(QName portName, Class<T> type, 
            Service.Mode mode);
    
    /** 
     * Creates a <code>Dispatch</code> instance for use with objects of
     * the user's choosing.
     *
     * @param portName  Qualified name for the target service endpoint
     * @param type The class of object used for messages or message
     * payloads. Implementations are required to support
     * <code>javax.xml.transform.Source</code> and <code>javax.xml.soap.SOAPMessage</code>.
     * @param mode Controls whether the created dispatch instance is message
     * or payload oriented, i.e. whether the user will work with complete
     * protocol messages or message payloads. E.g. when using the SOAP
     * protocol, this parameter controls whether the user will work with
     * SOAP messages or the contents of a SOAP body. Mode MUST be <code>MESSAGE</code>
     * when type is <code>SOAPMessage</code>.
     * @param features  A list of <code>WebServiceFeatures</code> to configure on the 
     *                proxy.  Supported features not in the <code>features
     *                </code> parameter will have their default values.
     *
     * @return Dispatch instance
     * @throws WebServiceException If any error in the creation of
     *                  the <code>Dispatch</code> object or if a 
     *                  feature is enabled that is not compatible with 
     *                  this port or is unsupported.
     *
     * @see javax.xml.transform.Source
     * @see javax.xml.soap.SOAPMessage
     * @see WebServiceFeature
     *
     * @since JAX-WS 2.1
     **/
    public abstract <T> Dispatch<T> createDispatch(QName portName, Class<T> type, 
            Service.Mode mode, WebServiceFeature... features);
    
    /** 
     * Creates a <code>Dispatch</code> instance for use with objects of
     * the user's choosing. If there
     * are any reference parameters in the 
     * <code>endpointReference</code>, then those reference
     * parameters MUST appear as SOAP headers, indicating them to be
     * reference parameters, on all messages sent to the endpoint.
     * The <code>endpointReference's</code> address MUST be used
     * for invocations on the endpoint.
     * In the implementation of this method, the JAX-WS
     * runtime system takes the responsibility of selecting a protocol
     * binding (and a port) and configuring the dispatch accordingly from
     * the WSDL associated with this <code>Service</code> instance or
     * from the metadata from the <code>endpointReference</code>.
     * If this <code>Service</code> instance has a WSDL and 
     * the <code>endpointReference</code>
     * also has a WSDL in its metadata, then the WSDL from this instance MUST be used.
     * If this <code>Service</code> instance does not have a WSDL and
     * the <code>endpointReference</code> does have a WSDL, then the 
     * WSDL from the <code>endpointReference</code> MAY be used. 
     * An implementation MUST be able to retrieve the <code>portName</code> from the
     * <code>endpointReference</code> metadata.  
     * <p>
     * This method behaves the same as calling
     * <pre>
     * <code>dispatch = service.createDispatch(portName, type, mode, features);</code>
     * </pre>
     * where the <code>portName</code> is retrieved from the 
     * WSDL or <code>EndpointReference</code> metadata.
     *
     * @param endpointReference  The <code>EndpointReference</code>
     * for the target service endpoint that will be invoked by the
     * returned <code>Dispatch</code> object.
     * @param type The class of object used to messages or message
     * payloads. Implementations are required to support
     * <code>javax.xml.transform.Source</code> and <code>javax.xml.soap.SOAPMessage</code>.
     * @param mode Controls whether the created dispatch instance is message
     * or payload oriented, i.e. whether the user will work with complete
     * protocol messages or message payloads. E.g. when using the SOAP
     * protocol, this parameter controls whether the user will work with
     * SOAP messages or the contents of a SOAP body. Mode MUST be <code>MESSAGE</code>
     * when type is <code>SOAPMessage</code>.
     * @param features  An array of <code>WebServiceFeatures</code> to configure on the 
     *                proxy.  Supported features not in the <code>features
     *                </code> parameter will have their default values.
     *
     * @return Dispatch instance
     * @throws WebServiceException 
     *                  <UL>
     *                    <LI>If there is any missing WSDL metadata
     *                      as required by this method.
     *                    <li>If the <code>endpointReference</code> metadata does
     *                      not match the <code>serviceName</code> or <code>portName</code>
     *                      of a WSDL associated
     *                      with this <code>Service</code> instance.
     *                    <li>If the <code>portName</code> cannot be determined
     *                    from the <code>EndpointReference</code> metadata.
     *                    <li>If any error in the creation of
     *                     the <code>Dispatch</code> object.
     *                    <li>If a feature is enabled that is not 
     *                    compatible with this port or is unsupported.
     *                  </UL>
     *
     * @see javax.xml.transform.Source
     * @see javax.xml.soap.SOAPMessage
     * @see WebServiceFeature
     *
     * @since JAX-WS 2.1
     **/
    public abstract <T> Dispatch<T> createDispatch(EndpointReference endpointReference,
            Class<T> type, Service.Mode mode, 
            WebServiceFeature... features);


    
    /** 
     * Creates a <code>Dispatch</code> instance for use with JAXB
     * generated objects.
     *
     * @param portName  Qualified name for the target service endpoint
     * @param context The JAXB context used to marshall and unmarshall
     * messages or message payloads.
     * @param mode Controls whether the created dispatch instance is message
     * or payload oriented, i.e. whether the user will work with complete
     * protocol messages or message payloads. E.g. when using the SOAP
     * protocol, this parameter controls whether the user will work with
     * SOAP messages or the contents of a SOAP body.
     *
     * @return Dispatch instance
     * @throws WebServiceException If any error in the creation of
     *                  the <code>Dispatch</code> object
     *
     * @see javax.xml.bind.JAXBContext
     **/
    public abstract Dispatch<Object> createDispatch(QName portName,
            JAXBContext context, Service.Mode mode);
    

    /** 
     * Creates a <code>Dispatch</code> instance for use with JAXB
     * generated objects.
     *
     * @param portName  Qualified name for the target service endpoint
     * @param context The JAXB context used to marshall and unmarshall
     * messages or message payloads.
     * @param mode Controls whether the created dispatch instance is message
     * or payload oriented, i.e. whether the user will work with complete
     * protocol messages or message payloads. E.g. when using the SOAP
     * protocol, this parameter controls whether the user will work with
     * SOAP messages or the contents of a SOAP body.
     * @param features  A list of <code>WebServiceFeatures</code> to configure on the 
     *                proxy.  Supported features not in the <code>features
     *                </code> parameter will have their default values.
     *
     * @return Dispatch instance
     * @throws WebServiceException If any error in the creation of
     *                  the <code>Dispatch</code> object or if a 
     *                  feature is enabled that is not compatible with 
     *                  this port or is unsupported.
     *
     * @see javax.xml.bind.JAXBContext
     * @see WebServiceFeature
     *
     * @since JAX-WS 2.1
     **/
    public abstract Dispatch<Object> createDispatch(QName portName,
            JAXBContext context, Service.Mode mode, WebServiceFeature... features);
   
    /** 
     * Creates a <code>Dispatch</code> instance for use with JAXB
     * generated objects. If there
     * are any reference parameters in the 
     * <code>endpointReference</code>, then those reference
     * parameters MUST appear as SOAP headers, indicating them to be
     * reference parameters, on all messages sent to the endpoint.
     * The <code>endpointReference's</code> address MUST be used
     * for invocations on the endpoint.
     * In the implementation of this method, the JAX-WS
     * runtime system takes the responsibility of selecting a protocol
     * binding (and a port) and configuring the dispatch accordingly from
     * the WSDL associated with this <code>Service</code> instance or
     * from the metadata from the <code>endpointReference</code>.
     * If this <code>Service</code> instance has a WSDL and 
     * the <code>endpointReference</code>
     * also has a WSDL in its metadata, then the WSDL from this instance
     * MUST be used.
     * If this <code>Service</code> instance does not have a WSDL and
     * the <code>endpointReference</code> does have a WSDL, then the 
     * WSDL from the <code>endpointReference</code> MAY be used.      
     * An implementation MUST be able to retrieve the <code>portName</code> from the
     * <code>endpointReference</code> metadata.  
     * <p>
     * This method behavies the same as calling
     * <pre>
     * <code>dispatch = service.createDispatch(portName, context, mode, features);</code>
     * </pre>
     * where the <code>portName</code> is retrieved from the 
     * WSDL or <code>endpointReference</code> metadata.
     *
     * @param endpointReference  The <code>EndpointReference</code>
     * for the target service endpoint that will be invoked by the
     * returned <code>Dispatch</code> object.
     * @param context The JAXB context used to marshall and unmarshall
     * messages or message payloads.
     * @param mode Controls whether the created dispatch instance is message
     * or payload oriented, i.e. whether the user will work with complete
     * protocol messages or message payloads. E.g. when using the SOAP
     * protocol, this parameter controls whether the user will work with
     * SOAP messages or the contents of a SOAP body.
     * @param features  An array of <code>WebServiceFeatures</code> to configure on the 
     *                proxy.  Supported features not in the <code>features
     *                </code> parameter will have their default values.
     *
     * @return Dispatch instance
     * @throws WebServiceException 
     *                  <UL>
     *                    <li>If there is any missing WSDL metadata
     *                      as required by this method.
     *                    <li>If the <code>endpointReference</code> metadata does
     *                    not match the <code>serviceName</code> or <code>portName</code>
     *                    of a WSDL associated
     *                    with this <code>Service</code> instance.
     *                    <li>If the <code>portName</code> cannot be determined
     *                    from the <code>EndpointReference</code> metadata.
     *                    <li>If any error in the creation of
     *                    the <code>Dispatch</code> object.
     *                    <li>if a feature is enabled that is not 
     *                    compatible with this port or is unsupported.
     *                  </UL>
     *
     * @see javax.xml.bind.JAXBContext
     * @see WebServiceFeature
     *
     * @since JAX-WS 2.1
    **/
    public abstract Dispatch<Object> createDispatch(EndpointReference endpointReference,
            JAXBContext context, Service.Mode mode,
            WebServiceFeature... features);
        
    
    /** 
     * Gets the name of this service.
     * @return Qualified name of this service
     **/
    public abstract QName getServiceName();
    
    /** 
     * Returns an <code>Iterator</code> for the list of
     * <code>QName</code>s of service endpoints grouped by this
     * service
     *
     * @return Returns <code>java.util.Iterator</code> with elements
     *         of type <code>javax.xml.namespace.QName</code>
     * @throws WebServiceException If this Service class does not
     *         have access to the required WSDL metadata
     **/
    public abstract Iterator<javax.xml.namespace.QName> getPorts();
    
    /** 
     * Gets the location of the WSDL document for this Service.
     *
     * @return URL for the location of the WSDL document for
     *         this service
     **/
    public abstract java.net.URL getWSDLDocumentLocation();
    
    /**
     * Returns the configured handler resolver.
     *
     * @return HandlerResolver The <code>HandlerResolver</code> being
     *         used by this <code>Service</code> instance, or <code>null</code>
     *         if there isn't one.
     **/
    public abstract HandlerResolver getHandlerResolver();
    
    /**
     * Sets the <code>HandlerResolver</code> for this <code>Service</code>
     * instance.
     * <p>
     * The handler resolver, if present, will be called once for each
     * proxy or dispatch instance that is created, and the handler chain
     * returned by the resolver will be set on the instance.
     *
     * @param handlerResolver The <code>HandlerResolver</code> to use
     *        for all subsequently created proxy/dispatch objects.
     *
     * @see javax.xml.ws.handler.HandlerResolver
     **/
    public abstract void setHandlerResolver(HandlerResolver handlerResolver);
    
    /**
     * Returns the executor for this <code>Service</code>instance.
     *
     * The executor is used for all asynchronous invocations that
     * require callbacks.
     *
     * @return The <code>java.util.concurrent.Executor</code> to be
     *         used to invoke a callback.
     *
     * @see java.util.concurrent.Executor
     **/
    public abstract java.util.concurrent.Executor getExecutor();
    
    /**
     * Sets the executor for this <code>Service</code> instance.
     *
     * The executor is used for all asynchronous invocations that
     * require callbacks.
     *
     * @param executor The <code>java.util.concurrent.Executor</code>
     *        to be used to invoke a callback.
     *
     * @throws SecurityException If the instance does not support
     *         setting an executor for security reasons (e.g. the
     *         necessary permissions are missing).
     *
     * @see java.util.concurrent.Executor
     **/
    public abstract void setExecutor(java.util.concurrent.Executor executor);
    
}
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