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How to Send Soap message from server to client

 
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Hello sir/madam,

Now i want to send a soap messsage from client to server. Our server has one interface class and one implementation class.

Connection.call() method is not used for our requirement. because this method dirctly specifie the implementaion calss. but we need to specifie the interface class.Thus is our requirement.

Anybody please give me ur grate idea.
 
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can u give a real world example of such an experiment. to my knowledge, if you access any web service on a server from a client, you have soap message for the request and response. how different is ur requirement from this ...
 
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hi priya,

my requirement is send soap message from client to server. so here im using onMessage() method. but this method doesn't support.so now i am using call.invoke(); here im passing soap envelope. now also i am getting 2 error like this


1. [exec] error: Type "javax.xml.soap.SOAPElement" implements more than one interface, interfaces: "javax.xml.soap.Nod
e", "org.w3c.dom.Element" ...
[exec] Result: 1

2. [exec] error: XML reader error: java.io.EOFException: Unexpected end of ZLIB input stream

Give me ur valuable idea.......
thanks
 
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if you are trying to setup a JMS Transport Handler using AXIS then I can send related step-by-step tutorial to your email id if you can provide.
 
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hi priya

this is my mail id please forward it to this id thakns a lot

regards
 
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sorry priya

this is my id : isourcegirl2004@yahoo.com

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Originally posted by Nritya Priya:
if you are trying to setup a JMS Transport Handler using AXIS then I can send related step-by-step tutorial to your email id if you can provide.


IMHO, it would be great if you can post the website link so that it can be helpful for future ranchers.(unless u have it in your harddisk )
 
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