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Printing Raw Request HTML

William Daly
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Joined: Jun 30, 2008
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Hi All,

I am testing a xml-rpc web service transaction, using Apache XML-RPC as a client and am running into problems.

The client we are sending the xml package to wants to know if I can send him the actual XML package that we are sending. Since I don't know, at this point, how do this via the Apache XML-RPC libraries, my thought was to run the request through a local servlet and filter, thus capturing the raw input and printing it out to a file.

Is this possible?

Thanks.
[ June 30, 2008: Message edited by: William Daly ]
William Brogden
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Even easier - get the TCPMON utility. I see that TCPMON has a new web site, but you may already have it as it has been bundled with several Apache web service related downloads.

Bill
 
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