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Anyone use Apache Axis

dale con
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Anyone use Apache Axis?
Ben Souther
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Yes


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dale con
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Cool, can you help me with this one

I have a client that creates a SOAP header.

I have some server-side code that creates a string value.

Can you tell me how I pass back the string value to my client SOAP header.

Many Thanks
Ben Souther
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Looks like someone has answered your question in this thread:
http://www.coderanch.com/t/221798/Web-Services/java/Create-SOAP-headers

Once you've created your webservice, use wsdl2java to create your client code.
You can then, either use the generated code directly or use it as a reference to build your own client.
 
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