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Method for testing whether the Web Service is alive (off or on) - Client-Side Axis

Ezequiel Antonio Barbosa
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Joined: Apr 23, 2013
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I need a method that returns whether a Web Service is active or inactive. In other words, whether it is on or off. Does anyone know any?
I tried to do a test (code below) to get this method on a Web Service that has password to access, user: alpha and password: 123. However, it is returning "Connection refused: connect" anyone knows the solution for this exception?

Note: I need for my application is a method and not a tool like SoapUI.
Error: Connection refused: connect

 
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