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adding SOAP attachment

 
hatem odeh
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Dear believers ,

I need to add the following SMIL part ( I do have the part as a bytes array ) to a SOAP msg using the SAAJ, the smil part should have content type of application/smil and the id smil.smil , and it should be the first part (start)

<smil><head><layout><root-layout backgroundColor="#FFFFFF" background-color="#FFFFFF" height="480px" width="640px"/>
<region id="Image" top="0" left="0" height="50%" width="100%" fit="meet"/>
<region id="Text" top="50%" left="0" height="50%" width="100%" fit="scroll"/>
</layout>
</head>
<body><par dur="4000ms"><img src="Happy.gif" region="Image"></img>
</par>
</body>
</smil>


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also suppose that i have bytes of a string how can I add it to the SOAP message as MIME attachment , what should the content type be, what are the steps exactly !!please help
 
Ulf Dittmer
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An example of a SAAJ client can be found here. Expanding on that it should be possible to construct any SAAJ message you wish.

Depending on what you want to do with the text you may prefer to send it in a CDATA section instead, thus you wouldn't have to create elements for all the tags.

This article explains how to send SOAP attachments using SAAJ.
 
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