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Invoking a JAX RPC Webservice using a JAX-WS client

Anup Bansal
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Hi All,

I am trying to invoke a webservice which is deployed in a JAX-RPC way using a JAX-WS client.
When I run it in my local workspace in RAD, this works.
However when invoking the service deployed on a test envrionment (Unix machine), it fails to run.
I always receive a null response.
When i intercept the request/ response via a TCP/IP monitor, i am able to see that the reponse is proper but somehow the
response DTO is always null.

Since this works on local, i am sure it is possible to call a JAX-RPC Webservice using a JAX-WS client, but do not understand why it fails when the server is deployed on the Unix machine.

Thanks & regards,
Anup


 
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