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Axis2 - Transfer document using MTOM

 
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I am trying to transfer content using MTOM. The service sends some file (say PDF file) and client saves that file on the disk.

The service does the following




and client does the following



But in client, the "handler" is coming out to be null.

WSDL is as follows



Please help me in resolving this.

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It got solved by changing the client to

public static void getResumeContent(String resumeId) throws AxisFault {
System.out.println("Resume ID is getResumeContent --"+resumeId);
try {
ResumeServiceStub rs = new ResumeServiceStub();
rs = new ResumeServiceStub("http://localhost:1234/axis2/services/ResumeService");
GetResumeContent grc = new GetResumeContent();
grc.setResumeId(resumeId);
GetResumeContentResponse grcr = rs.getResumeContent(grc);
DataHandler handler = grcr.getContent();
InputStream is = handler.getInputStream();
writeToFile("abc.pdf", is);
}catch(IOException io) {
io.printStackTrace();
}

}

thank you
 
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