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SOAPBodyElement in Axis

 
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Hey Javacoders!

When running call.invoke() in my current Axis client the following SOAP body is generated and sent:



What the Web Service expects is:



As you can tell the xml elements <username>, <password> and <xmlDocument> are not included in the Axis generated SOAPBody but are called <argx>.

How can I use call.invoke() and set the SOAPBody elements to specific names, not the default <argx> names?

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Change your client to generate document/literal encoding of the SOAP message. Looks like your client now is doing a rpc/encoded style.
 
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