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Server did not recognize the value of HTTP Header SOAPAction:

 
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I have made a java application which calls the C# web service. Here is the code.


Result


Expected Result


c# webservice code


Returned XML


Why java program is printing unexpected result i.e. `soap:Client` ?




 
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I'm not familiar with C# WS, but I would expect the SOAPAction header to indicate which operation should be carried out, like "AddProg".

You might want to ask this in a .Net forum, since it's a server-side issue.
 
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