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JAX-RPC Handler: Communication with client business logic

Peter Severa
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Joined: Jul 18, 2008
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Hi

I use a JAX-RPC message handler to add header elements to a SOAP message. Some of the values of the header fields are created by the application which calls the client and shall be transferred to the handler for every request.

How can I transfer these data from the client business logic to the handler? (As far as I know, it is not possible to use the message context the same way as it is used with JAX-WS handlers...?)

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Peter
 
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