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I'm developing a Java client for one of the FedEx Shipping web-services. I'm trying to post the XML input via HTTP post requests and receive the xml response to parse it for output. Below is part of my client program for which i'm receiving "Invalid Transaction Type." error as XML output.
I took the XML content exactly from FedEx's developer WSDL downloads and have my input embedded in it.
Has anyone tried doing this ? or is aware of this error.
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That looks really painful. Why don't you generate client artifacts from the WSDL and use those instead?
Senthil B Kumar
Joined: Feb 09, 2004
I was able to do it with the help of the Java Stub files provided by FedEx and the Axis library from Apache. But this is a technical requirement in the project that wants the web-services to be consumed this way :-( not sure why