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Axis2 - request XML at the time of fault response

 
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Hi,

I using using Axis2 API. I want to get request XML at the time of fault response. Is there any way to do it. Please let me know.

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Get hold of MessageContext it contains request and response both.
 
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Thanks .. but I am not exactly getting what to do next.

What I did is I have written a class which extends AbstractHandler and added a phase with handler in axis2.xml ( 1 pahse in InFlow and 1 in OutFlow)
so that the invoke method in my class will be get called at every req and every response.
Now I want to access the request xml only for fault response.
 
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If your phase go inside the above place holder I hope it will be called only if its fault response.
 
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